Pale Flower (1964)

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A gangster gets released from prison and has to cope with the recent shifts of power between the gangs, while taking care of a thrill-seeking young woman, who got in bad company while gambling.

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  • Ryô Ikebe in Pale Flower (1964)
  • Ryô Ikebe and Mariko Kaga in Pale Flower (1964)
  • Ryô Ikebe and Mariko Kaga in Pale Flower (1964)
  • Mariko Kaga in Pale Flower (1964)
  • Ryô Ikebe in Pale Flower (1964)
  • Ryô Ikebe and Mariko Kaga in Pale Flower (1964)

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19 January 2005 | evilhinata
9
| Different type of yakuza movie
Most of the Asian gangster movies I have seen, promote the brotherhood and the comradery between members, like Young and Dangerous, or have denounced gangster activity, showing if as degrading and evil. This movie does neither. It instead shows how gangster life has both good and bad; however in the end proves to be a pointless cause. The main character, is just released from jail, and immediately reunites with his own yakuza. His life is changed when he meets Saeko, a young woman who is addicted to high stakes life of the yakuza. Together they journey through a city and time, where everything is changing constantly; yet in the end, it becomes apparent that none of these things really matter. This movie is really good. I recommend it.

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