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Graveyards Of Honor | Two Films By Kinji Fukasaku & Takashi Miike | Blu-ray

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One story, Two storytellers

When Kinji Fukasaku adapted the intricate story of real-like Yakuza member Rikio Ishikawa into the 1975 feature length "Graveyard of Honor". He created one of the all-time greatest Yakuza films (topped perhaps only by his previous 5-film masterwork, "Battles without Honor and Humanity". A gritty and action-packed spectacle that won the Best Director in 1976. But then, despite the general consensus regarding remakes, in 2002 Takashi Miike dares to tread in the footsteps of Fukasaku. My personal opinion is that the 2002 remake, whilst a very good movie overall, is absolutely second tier compared to the 1975 version. Arrow brings us these films together in this set, which although contains just the two films within a sturdy cardboard case, is filled with a myriad of special features for each film that make it worth the price of admission. Another simple, yet elegant set from Arrow that belongs alongside Battles Without Honor and Battle Royale. Any action fan should own this set, but every Japanese film fan MUST own it. 8/10

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Yakuza films that may break your heart.

I knew nothing about these films before going in. Both films are totally different but share story beats. The 75 version was absolutely incredible. It's literally broke my heart, it had me glued to the screen the whole time. The 2002 film felt much older. But it was great filmmaking the pace was slower than I expected but had amazing actors giving an incredible performance. Definitely worth watching. Already excited to Juno straight back in with the commentary on both films.

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