Homage to one of cinema’s great rebels, a risk-taking artist and a pioneer of radical pop cinema. A great master of Japanese cinema has passed away. Suzuki was a rebellious iconoclast who always showed, with unfailing brilliance, how important it is to go your own way. Homage to a stellar filmography influenced by popular genres and the poetry of violence. On the lineup: Tokyo Drifter (1966),...
An infernal duel between two hit men bent on annihilating each other. Delirious destruction and an ecstatically twisted storyline for an inimi- table high art/low art mashup.This time, the bent...
JAPAN | 99 minutes | 1967
Yakuza, Triads and maggoty GIs in a world of bloody revenge and impressionistic violence. A classic, just-restored cool-detective flick. An irreverent indulgence. A lesser-known film by the Japanese...
JAPAN | 89 minutes | 1963
Post-war Japan: prostitutes are forming gangs as a survival strategy. Beware the one with feelings, and woe unto the man who gets close. A masterpiece! Seijun Suzuki makes his own Roman Porno (the...
JAPAN | 90 minutes | 1964
The quintessential yakuza film, gutsy, out of control and unsurpassed. An uncompromising artistic rebellion.At the time, Suzuki was on the outs with his producers. He was going too far with his...
JAPAN | 89 minutes | 1966
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