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The Game Trilogy Limited Edition

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Young sleek action star.

Usually seen in his early works are ostensibly blurred people, but behind the scenes, he is a lone sniper who fights against dark yakuza. He liked movies, and sometimes he copied a scene from a popular movie at that time, but his unique presence surpassed it and made it his own taste. This trilogy is his early work where such action is mainstream.

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Japanese 70-80’s Icon

his well-trained and agile body, and this box set is from the period when he was getting his fill of fat. Although his acting skills are still lacking, he is able to deliver a unique ad-lib performance in a dialogue between friends and strangers that may not be foreign to most people. The action itself was not as good as the later "Death of the Wild Beast" but the action was very good. The action itself was continued by the same director until "Death of the Beast," from which he took a further leap forward to hone his acting skills and spread his wings to "Black Rain. I love this trilogy of films that brought together the Matsuda crew. He imitates various other films and shows them off without hesitation. He is one of those rare actors who, perhaps due to his youthful folly, does not merely imitate, but makes it his own. If he had lived, he might have polished his acting even more and produced wonderful performances.

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