Fudoh: The New Generation

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Fudoh: The New Generation Review


A watershed film in the legacy of Takashi Miike, Fudoh is still one of the director's most disgusting and disturbing endeavors, nearly 10 years after its original release. A classic vengeance story with a twist -- dad kills one of his sons to make good on a betrayal, leaving the other son to exact vengeance on dad and everyone else -- this blood-infused gangster flick leaps from copious scenes of executions (exploding heads, acid baths, you get the drill) to a stripper who shoots darts from her, uh, thingee and a teacher who reveals herself to be a hermaphrodite. Mind boggling in its degree of bad taste, Miike fans will eat it up.

Aka Gokudô sengokushi: Fudô.



Fudoh: The New Generation

Facts and Figures

Run time: 98 mins

In Theaters: Saturday 12th October 1996

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 3.5 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 100%
Fresh: 7

IMDB: 7.2 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Starring: as Riki Fudoh, as Akira Aizone, as Jun Minoru, as Touko Zenzai, as Akihiro Gondo, Miho Nomoto as Mika


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