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Author: 山根貞男, ; ; Kinji FukasakuMasao SatōSadao YamaneDavid KaplanAll authors
Publisher: [Chicago, IL] : Home Vision Entertainment, 2004.
Series: Yakuza papers : Battles without honor & humanity.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : Japanese : Collector's ed
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Special features: Friedkin on Fukasaku, which discusses the influence of Kukasaku on Hollywood action films of the 1970s ; Jitsuroku: reinventing a genre: a 20-minute video essay on how "The Yakuza Papers" forever changed Japanese cinema ; Boryoku: Fukasaku and the art of violence, features a rare interview and behind-the-scenes footage with Kinji Fukasaku ; Kantoku: remembering the director: the director's son,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Kinji Fukasaku; William Friedkin
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: 山根貞男, ; ; Kinji Fukasaku; Masao Satō; Sadao Yamane; David Kaplan; Linda Hoaglund; Home Vision Entertainment (Firm)
ISBN: 0780029267 9780780029262
OCLC Number: 58423966
Language Note: In Japanese with optional subtitles in English.
Notes: Aspect ratio 2.35:1; made from a digital transfer enhanced for 16:9 televisions with restored image and sound.
The series is loosely based on the serialized two-volume novel by Koichi Iiboshi that chronicles the Hiroshima gang war that lasted nearly twenty five years. The series revolves around Shozo Hirono an ex-soldier living in Hiroshima after World War II.
Description: 1 videodisc : sd., col. and b&w ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 leaflet + 1 pamphlet.
Details: DVD; region 1; widescreen 16:9, letterboxed, Dolby digital sound 2.0 mono; NTSC.
Series Title: Yakuza papers : Battles without honor & humanity.
Other Titles: Friedkin on Fukasaku.
Jitsuroku: Reinventing a genre.
Boryoku: Fukasaku and the art of violence.
Kantoku: Remembering the director.
Kaplan on the yakuza.
Translating Fukasaku.

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Special features: Friedkin on Fukasaku, which discusses the influence of Kukasaku on Hollywood action films of the 1970s ; Jitsuroku: reinventing a genre: a 20-minute video essay on how "The Yakuza Papers" forever changed Japanese cinema ; Boryoku: Fukasaku and the art of violence, features a rare interview and behind-the-scenes footage with Kinji Fukasaku ; Kantoku: remembering the director: the director's son, Kenta Fukasaku, Masao Sato and Sadao Yamane share their memories of working with the legendary director Kinji Fukasaku ; Kaplan on the yakuza: David Kaplan, chief investigative reporter for U.S. News and World Report, gives a primer on Japan's criminal underworld ; Translating Fukasaku: an interview with subtitler Linda Hoaglund ; also includes "The Yakuza Wars of Hiroshima" a pull-out viewer's guide and a 16-page booklet featuring essays and articles.

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