Outrage Coda

Directed by Takeshi Kitano
Film Movement
2017
104 Minutes
Japan
Japanese
Action, Drama, Crime, Asian
Asian Studies
Not Rated
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Five years after surviving the all-out war between the Sanno and Hanabishi crime families, former yakuza boss Otomo now works in South Korea for Mr. Chang, a renowned fixer whose influence extends into Japan. A relatively minor incident causes tensions to rise between Chang Enterprises and the faraway powerful Hanabishi. The growing conflict gets out of hand and ignites a ferocious power struggle among the top echelons of the Hanabishi. When eventually Chang's life is endangered, devoted yakuza Otomo returns to Japan to settle things once and for all.

Cast

  • Takeshi Kitano
  • Toshiyuki Nishida
  • Tatsuo Nadaka
  • Ren Osugi
  • Hiroyuki Ikeuchi
  • Nao Ohmori
DVD Features

"Outrage Offstage" Making-Of Documentary
"Beat" Takeshi Trailers

Sound: 2.0 Stereo and 5.1 Surround

Discs: 1

Blu-ray Features

"Outrage Offstage" Making-Of Documentary
"Beat" Takeshi Trailers

Sound: 2.0 Stereo and 5.1 Surround

Discs: 1

  • Highest Rating
    "...elegant visuals and some humorously imaginative murders which are the director’s trademark."
    Deborah Young, The Hollywood Reporter
  • Highest Rating
    "This ruthlessly austere yakuza triptych marks a return to basics for director-star Takeshi Kitano, aka Beat Takeshi. [It] shows him honing his crime movie craft in a way that consolidates his mastery of a minimalist style that surely makes him the Jean-Pierre Melville of Asian cinema. "
    Jonathan Romney, Screen International
  • Highest Rating
    "[T]his unregenerately macho action flick digs deep into the criminal psyche, exposing its loneliness as well as its unlimited capacity for cruelty."
    Mark Schilling, The Japan Times

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Awards & Recognition

Official Selection
Rotterdam Int'l. Film Festival
Official Selection
Venice Film Festival
Official Selection
Mar del Plata Film Festival

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