is a 1993 Japanese yakuza film directed, written and edited by Takeshi Kitano, who also stars in the film. It won numerous awards and became one of Kitano's most successful and praised films, garnering him a sizable international fan base.
Murakawa, a Tokyo-based yakuza enforcer, has grown tired of gangster life. He is sent by his boss to Okinawa, supposedly to mediate a dispute between their allies, the Nakamatsu and Anan clans. Murakawa openly suspects the assignment is an attempt to have him removed and even beats up one of his colleagues, Takahashi, but ends up going with his men. He finds that the dispute is insignificant; the group's temporary headquarters is bombed and his men are ambushed in a bar, leaving several of them dead.
|keywords||ambush assault rifle beach house belong bos game kill learn load meet morning okinawa rape russian roulette shoot shooting an apple off one's child's head shooting at a beer can on each other's head suicide suicide mission survive tokyo woman shot|
|producer||Hisao Nabeshima Masayuki Mori Ritta Saito|
|theme||japanese neo-noir yakuza|