Outlaw Killers: Three Mad Dog Brothers
, is a 1972 Japanese yakuza film directed by Kinji Fukasaku.
Gondo, a member of the Murai Family, stabs and kills the head of the rival Shinsei Group then turns himself in and serves out a six-year sentence in Gunma Prison. He expects a hero's reception when he is released but instead finds that only his sworn brother Ohno, who was with him during the stabbing, is waiting for him outside. Gondo is dismayed to see that members of the Shinsei Group are still operating in town and when he learns that Murai has made peace with the Shinsei Group he feels that his years in prison were spent in vain. Murai gives Gondo some money to get started again, which Gondo uses at a club run by Shiga, a member of the Shinsei Group whose face he slashed during the attack six years earlier. They get into a fight and Satake, the new head of the Shinsei Group, threatens to end the truce and return to war between the gangs. Murai explains the truce to Gondo and tells him not to cause any trouble in the territory run by the Shinsei Group. Shiga threatens to leave the Shinsei Group in order to have the freedom to kill Gondo outside of the truce but is told by Satake not to take out one small soldier when they could take down the entire Murai Family instead.
|author||Fumio Konami Hiro Mutsuda|
|keywords||abandoned movie theater attack beaten to death bleed discover flee gamble hide kidnap kill movie theater old man run stab wait yen|