Takashi Miike – Kishiwada shônen gurentai: Chikemuri junjô-hen AKA Young Thugs: Innocent Blood (1997)

A Takashi Miike film that is, to a degree, autobiographical, Young Thugs – Innocent Blood follows three friends through their first year after leaving school. Having robbed their teacher on their last day at school, Ryoko gets a job in a hair salon, while the two boys settle down to a career of enforcement and protection.

Set in Kishiwada, a fishing district in the industrial town of Osaka, Innocent Blood lives up to its title. A lot of blood gets splattered around, without anyone getting too badly hurt, or taking too much offense.

This is a story of rough kids trying to find their way in the world, a world of violence, sentiment and comedy, in a film that moves at a cracking pace from the opening shot.

699MB | 1h 47mn | 640×368 | avi

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Language(s):Japanese
Subtitles:English

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