Brutal Tales of Chivalry

Brutal Tales of Chivalry

After World War II, their town was a pile of rubble. Gennosuke, the second generation boss of the Kamizu Group was upholding yakuza chivalry by keeping black-market and illegal items out of their open-air market. Taking advantage of the mess, Iwasa and his gang take hold of goods from the US military, black-market and controlled items in order to become the most powerful group in Enko area. Iwasa has Gennosuke assassinated but before he dies, he names Shinji Terajima as his successor and makes him swear to carry on the family business and not seek revenge or use violence. Shinji tries to tries to make his family’s marketplace a success, but with constant interruption and attacks from Iwasa’s gang, he can no longer keep his word to his former boss…

After World War II, their town was a pile of rubble. Gennosuke, the second generation boss of the Kamizu Group was upholding yakuza chivalry by keeping black-market and illegal items out of their open-air market. Taking advantage of the mess, Iwasa and his gang take hold of goods from the US military, black-market and controlled items in order to become the most powerful group in Enko area. Iwasa has Gennosuke assassinated but before he dies, he names Shinji Terajima as his successor and makes him swear to carry on the family business and not seek revenge or use violence. Shinji tries to tries to make his family’s marketplace a success, but with constant interruption and attacks from Iwasa’s gang, he can no longer keep his word to his former boss… . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ann S (es) wrote: provides some insight into life in rural russia in 1916, but not much into the addiction that is central to the film. yeah, one injection, then another, then he needs it more, blah blah. the amputation scene (i was getting quite worked up about it waiting for it) was quickly over- just a big hunk of pork roast getting sawed in half. is that because i don't have to mentally separate a human leg and a animal leg in my mind, so it was no worse than someone carving a roast at the dinner table? hmmmm. interesting.

Steve S (gb) wrote: A beautiful and special film.

Paul C (ca) wrote: What an absolute crock of sh** - this is possibly the worst film i have ever seen and i've seen my share of direct to video tripe. Half a star for the fit female professor - the special effects are embarrassing and i'm sure a primary school could have knocked out better efforts.

David J (us) wrote: An uneven coming-of-age drama, well made, but ultimately not worth the time investment.

Freeman M (gb) wrote: Gorgeous music and fantastic costumes can't make up for the fact that the movie is generally uninteresting.

Fahren T (fr) wrote: Heartfelt, funny and real. Not to mention a stellar cast. Even if you're not prone to crying in movies, this film will test your ability to hold them back.

Richard W (gb) wrote: Critics again had their heads up their asses. Lots of action and good acting. 80% on the Ricksta Scale

Victor M (gb) wrote: Maybe my expectative about this film were too great; I couldn't find the story thread.Finally, the cast should be "Mick Jagger AS HIMSELF".

Stephen L (es) wrote: Why is it that the older B & W movies had better stories and the new better special effect movies don't have a story line at all? You would think that Hollywood would have noticed by now.

Kylie S (it) wrote: One of Robin Williams last movies.... Not bad

Brent B (es) wrote: Horrible movie. Just adds fuel to the race issue in America.

Carlos M (fr) wrote: Ken Loach and Paul Leverty balance drama and humor quite well in this playful but realistic story that has a good heart and never loses its grip. It is really like savoring a fine Scotch whiskey - a real pleasure to the senses that makes you always want some more.