Go (2001)



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Isao Yukisada spins this gritty coming-of-age tale about Sugihara (Yosuke Kubozuka), a Japanese-born, third-generation Korean who struggles to find a place in a society that will not accept him. The film begins with Sugihara studying at a Korean junior high school that is dedicated to memory of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il. His father (Tsutomu Yamazaki) is a grizzled ex-boxer who recently changed his citizenship from North to South Korea so he and his wife -- Sugihara's mom (Shinobu Otake) -- … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure, Art House & International
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as Sugihara

as Sakurai

as Hideyoshi

as Won-Su
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A story about the hardships Korean residents must live with in Japan. One person in particular, Sugihara, is the main character. This movie has comedy, action, drama, and romance. It's done very well, and it is worth watching.

Although fiction, Go is a somewhat realistic look into the lives of the Zainichi Koreans in Japan. It makes it clear how difficult life can be for the Zainichi Koreans in Japan. It is graphic and violent, but the violence very much serves a point in the film.

Casey Newman

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