Shin jingi no hakaba (Graveyard of Honor) (2002)

Shin jingi no hakaba (Graveyard of Honor)

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For his fifth or sixth film of 2002 -- one easily loses count -- Takashi Miike adapts Kinji Fukasaku's 1975 gangster classic Jingi no Hakaba about a doomed love affair between a renegade yakuza and his long-suffering girlfriend. Whereas the original film was set in the poverty of Japan's immediate postwar era, this work is set during Japan's yen-flushed bubble era of the 1980s through the economic malaise of the 1990s. The film opens with Rikuo Ishimatsu (Goro Kishitani) coming to the aid of … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure, Art House & International, Mystery & Suspense
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Written By: Shigenori Takechi
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On DVD: Aug 14, 2007
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½

Another great lesson of how you do justice to a remake. Goro Kishitani rips several holes in the screen with his incredible performance. One thing is to act like a lunatic, but acting like somebody who doesn't give a fuck about anything? Now that's more tricky.

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Tsubaki Sanjuro

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Nothing cartoonish about the violence in this Miike film, which is a loose remake of Fukasaku's G.O.H.
A thug, with an uncontrollable temper, is at the right place at the right time to secure himself a high position in a crime organization. Then falls just as fast. Tends to drag at some points but, if curious about other Miike works, it's worth checking out.

DrBenway
El Hombre Invisible

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½

As Miike showed with 13 Assassins, this guy really knows how to do a remake. A more brutal look at a sociopathic yakuza destroying his own life and others, this film ranks up there with Miike's best.

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Christopher Brown

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