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Late night Kakihara drawing



dir. Takashi Miike 

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Tadanobu Asano in Ichi the Killer

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    ‘I don’t think about genre at all. My films are categorized as being in a certain type of genre. But myself, I don’t make the movie thinking about which category the film belongs in. If the actor changes, the mood of the film changes a lot too.’             - Takashi Miike 

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Ichi the Killer (2001) Dir. Takashi Miike

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Ichi the Killer (2001)


Ichi the Killer (2001) Dir. Takashi Miike

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殺し屋1 / Koroshiya Ichi - Ichi the Killer (Film 2001)



Takashi Miike (1960 - present) is a highly prolific and controversial Japanese filmmaker. He has directed over seventy theatrical, video, and television productions since his debut in 1991. His films range from violent and bizarre to dramatic and family-friendly. He has since gained a strong cult following in the West that is growing with the increase in DVD releases of his works.

Miike has garnered international notoriety for depicting shocking scenes of extreme violence and sexual perversions. Many of his films contain graphic and lurid bloodshed, often portrayed in an over-the-top, cartoonish manner. Much of his work depicts the activities of criminals (especially yakuza) or concern themselves with non-Japanese living in Japan. He is known for his black sense of humor and for pushing the boundaries of censorship as far as they will go. (x)

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