Fudoh: The New Generation
Fudoh: The New Generation (2000)

Seijun Suzuki meets the Grand Guignol in this wild hallucinatory yakuza drama, directed by Japan's gonzo cinema auteur Takashi Miike, about one of the ugliest family squabbles this side of Oedipus. The film opens with lifelong gangster… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: January 29, 2002
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John Petrakis
Chicago Tribune

If you're a connoisseur of this type of gory head-banging, you should be impressed.

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Sean Axmaker
Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Restraint is not a concept in the cinematic vocabulary of Miike Takashi.

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Nick Schager
Lessons of Darkness

Comparatively tame when compared to Takeshi Miike's later shock cinema classics.

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Bryant Frazer
Bryant Frazer's Deep Focus

A simple, even clichéd, gangster yarn that's peppered with enough deviant sex and graphic violence to nonetheless qualify as a singular experience.

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Ron Wells
Film Threat

Every so often a film comes along that just breaks your heart... and then there are films like this one that hit you in the head like an aluminum baseball bat.

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Flixster Audience Score: 74% Flixster User Reviews
JY Skacto
Takashi Miike is a mixed bag of a director. There are some films that come across as brilliant and others that are just so-so. <i>Fudoh: The New… More
Tsubaki Sanjuro
Miike has done way better, aside from some fun scenes it doesn't go too far. Even something like City of Lost Souls is more solid. Also, the ending of this… More
Christopher Brown
The first Miike film I saw and boy was my ass kicked. This and Battle Royale are what got me in to Japanese films when I started getting tired of North… More

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