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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • Format: BLU-RAY DISC
  • SKU: AV118
  • UPC: 760137066385
  • Street Date: 02/13/18
  • PreBook Date: 01/09/18
  • Label: Arrow Video »
  • Genre: Cult
  • Run Time: 1 mins
  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 1962
  • Region Code: 1
  • Box Lot: 0
  • Territory: US
  • Language: Japanese

 

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  • Actors:Sachiko Hidari, Kôji Wada, Tamio Kawaji, Michi Azuma
  • Director: Seijun Suzuki

 

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Seijun Suzuki: The Early Years Vol. 1 Limited Edition

YOUTHS ON THE LOOSE AND REBELS WITHOUT CAUSES IN THE UNRULY SEISHUN EIGA YOUTH MOVIES OF SEIJUN SUZUKI

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YOUTHS ON THE LOOSE AND REBELS WITHOUT CAUSES IN THE UNRULY SEISHUN EIGA YOUTH MOVIES OF JAPANESE ICONOCLAST SEIJUN SUZUKI Making their home-video debuts outside Japan, this diverse selection of Nikkatsu youth movies (seishun eiga) charts the evolving style of the B-movie maverick best known for the cult classics Tokyo Drifter (1966) and Branded to Kill (1967). The Boy Who Came Back (1958) marks the first appearances of "Nikkatsu Diamond Guys" and regular Suzuki collaborators Akira Kobayashi and Jo Shishido, with Kobayashi cast as the hot-headed hoodlum fresh out of reform school who struggles to make a clean break with his tearaway past. The Wind-of-Youth Group Crosses the Mountain Pass (1961) is a carnivalesque tale of a young student who hooks up with a down-at-heels travelling circus troupe. Teenage Yakuza (1962) stars Tamio Kawaji as the high-school vigilante protecting his community from the extortions of mobsters from a neighbouring city. The Incorrigible (1963) and Born Under Crossed Stars (1965), both based on Toko Kon's novels about young love, represent Suzuki's first films set in the 1920s era later celebrated in his critically-regarded Taisho Trilogy.

  

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