MASSACRE GUN

Yasuharu Hasebe, Japan, 1967, Arrow Films, Action

“This film has everything one would want from a Japanese gangster film and then some.”
-- Michael Den Boer, 10K Bullets

Genre icon Jô Shishido stars in this tense and violent yakuza yarn from and Seijun Suzuki’s former assistant Yasuharu Hasebe, who directed several of the STRAY CAT ROCK films. Strikingly violent for the period, and gorgeously photographed in black and white monochrome like genre siblings BRANDED TO KILL and A COLT IS MY PASSPORT, MASSACRE GUN is a bold iteration on the genre featuring some stunning compositions and the assured direction of Hasebe.

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Details

  • 89 mins
  • B/W
  • 2.35:1

Formats

  • DCP

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