Nihon kuroshakai (Ley Lines) (Japan Underworld)
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Nihon kuroshakai (Ley Lines) (Japan Underworld)
Three men hoping to find a better life in Tokyo find their dreams of happiness turning into a waking nightmare in the final installment of maverick Japanese Director Takashi Miike's Black Society trilogy. When a scheming Chinese prostitute takes the men for all they're worth and the harsh realities of racism and poverty render them unemployable, the trio attempts to carve a niche in the local drug trade as a means to make ends meet. Stricken with sympathy for the men she had previously betrayed, the prostitute attempts to help the men -- but city life has taken its toll on them and the… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"better and more engaging than some of Miike's most convoluted and incomprehensible yakuza epics"
‑ Christopher Null,
"...perfectly exemplifies Miike's inability to effectively pace his films."
‑ David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
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