Jînzu burûsu: Asu naki buraiha (1974)

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Hijiriko makes off from the bar she works at with money and a car that isn't hers. Meanwhile, Jiro Katagiri is up to no good with his gangster friends and ends up making off with all their ... See full summary »


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24 November 2006 | massbits
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| Fate brings together two young misfits who embark on a robbing spree, Bonnie and Clyde Japan style
Tired of her boring life, Seiko makes off with the money taken from the hostess bar she works at. Scheamer Jiro steals a large sum of money from a Yakuza and runs off. The two misfits are brought together by fate and hit it off right away, what with their mutual loathing of authority. Rich and on the run the two embark on an impulse road trip which takes them to Kyoto and beyond, their trip takes a turn for the worse when Jiro looses all the money and on top of that the Yakuza and Police are hot on their tail. Desperate and car-less they stowaway on a Container train and get transported to the country side with no cash to their name the Seiko kill's a hunter and uses his shot gun to go on a murderous robbing spree in true Bonnie and Clyde fashion, but soon their past and the law catch up with them and their exciting and romantic interlude is destroyed forever. Highly enjoyable film with great performances from the whole cast.

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