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Maverick Japanese director Seijun Suzuki turns the traditional yakuza gangster film on its ear with this stylish, intentionally oblique tale of a gangster whose maddening dependence on long-obsolete honour codes spurs rivals and even his own bosses to hunt him down. To experience a film by this B-movie visionary is to experience Japanese cinema in all its frenzied, voluptuous excess. In 1966, Suzuki's studio ordered him to tow the line with what was intended to be a routine pot boiler about a recently retired yakuza. The result was this thrilling fantasia in which the hero, Tetsu (Tetsuya Watari), tries to go straight, but is thwarted every step of the way.