Japanese-American Suggzy Sugimoto (Calvin Jung) returns to the free world after spending 25 years behind bars for murdering the thug who killed his parents during a robbery. Upon his release, he sets out to track down his younger brother Marco (Eddie Mui) and soon finds that the young man is the head of an organized crime gang called The Savage Boys. An ex-gang member himself, Suggzy is a bit surprised to see how much things have changed. Marco runs with a racially mixed crew and actually works for a Chinese mafia leader named Wallace Chin (A.M. Lai), a stark contrast to Suggzy's days of exclusively fraternizing amongst those of Japanese origins.
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