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Fudoh: The New Generation

Japan 1996
directed by Takashi Miike
starring Shosuke Tanihara, Kenji Takano, Riki Takeuchi, Marie Jinno, Tamaki Kenmochi, Takeshi Caesar, Toru Minegishi, Miho Nomoto, Mickey Curtis

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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To ensure peace between the Nioh & the Yasha gang, Nioh boss Iwao Fudoh (Toru Minegishi) decides to sacrifice his son by way of decapitation, but little does he know, that his younger son, Riki, is secretly watching him. 

10 years later: Riki (Shosuke Tanihara) is now in high school, & it seems the 4 big bosses of the Nioh gang are all killed by highschool kids or even primary school kids, but everybody but Akira Aizone (Kenji Takano), gigantic fellow student of Riki, fils to make the connection. Soon, Akira is joining Riki's gang of assassins, mainly primary school brats & 2 high school girls, one a hermaphrodite who can shoot darts from her vagina. Riki & company soon go to Nioh temple itself, the headquarters of the Nioh gang, & there they kill all the senior leaders of the gang - & all in accordance with Riki's father Iwao, who is, since his other son's death, in league with Yasha gang chief Nohma (Riki Takeuchi), but it soon seems that man wants more than just dominance over the Nioh & the Yasha gang, but even wants to attack the USA (!?), & the only man in his way is Riki, so he asks of Iwao to kill his second son too, to which Iwao agrees, hiring Riki's halfbrother Gondoh (Takeshi Caesar) to do the job. So, disguised as a physical education teacher Gondoh kills Riki's female assassins & wounds Akira severely by blowing up his motorbike before going after Riki himself ... who is only saved by the timely intervention of his mysterious English teacher, who turns out to be Riki's dead brother's only true love. When in the same night, Riki's father Iwao tries to first decapitate then shoot Riki, instead he himself ends up dead, losing his own head. At Iwao's funeral, Riki & Nohma, sworn enemies, meet again, & ... 

The End.

 

As more often than not in Takashi Miike's films, he does incorporate some crazy over the top ideas into the proceedings, but unfortunately it is all done in a style-over-content way, & so his ideas seem rather out of place in a very conventional yakuza tale, as are various subplots & plottwists that just lead to nowhere, and characters who are just introduced to stir up some attention but are being killed off again before they are even properly used.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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