Seijun Suzuki

Seijun Suzuki

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Seijun Suzuki
  • Eight Hours of Terror

    1957 • Japan • Directed by Seijun Suzuki

    A passenger on a train is stalled when a typhoon wrecks the tracks. The commuters are offloaded onto a shuttle bus, which is then taken over by a pair of sadistic gangsters.

  • The Sleeping Beast Within

    A businessman returns from an extended trip, but something seems off. Criminal operations and religious cults come into play, while the man's daughter and her journalist boyfriend race to find the truth.

  • Smashing the 0-Line

    Two reporters of divergent morals investigate a drug ring, delving deeper into the underworld in the process.

  • Tokyo Knights

    A college student takes over the family business in the field of organised crime.

  • The Man with a Shotgun

    Ryoji, a wanderer, arrives in a remote mountain town, carrying a shotgun and claiming to be a hunter. He quickly becomes embroiled in a web of trouble surrounding the town's mill.

  • Teenage Yakuza

    A high school vigilante protects his community from the extortions of mobsters from a neighbouring city.

  • Detective Bureau 2-3: Go to Hell Bastards!

    1963 • Japan • Directed by Seijun Suzuki

    Starring original Diamond Guy, Jo Shishido, Seijun Suzuki's Detective Bureau 2-3: Go to Hell Bastards! is a hard hitting, rapid-fire yakuza film that redefined the Japanese crime drama. Detective Tajima (Shishido) is tasked with tracking down a consignmen...

  • The Incorrigible

    A teenager is dismissed from school for misconduct. Still violent, he falls in love with a pupil at his new establishment.

  • Born Under Crossed Stars

    1965 • Japan • Directed by Seijun Suzuki

    A young man with a strong sense of justice is torn between two girls: the flighty Taneko and the serious Suzuko.

  • Zigeunerweisen

    In the multiple Japanese Academy Award-winning Zigeunerweisen (1980), two intellectuals and former colleagues from military academy involve their wives in a series of dangerous sexual games.

  • Kagero-za

    In Kageroza (1981), a playwright is drawn like a moth to a flame to a mysterious beauty who might be a ghost.

  • Yumeji

    Yumeji (1991) imagines the real-life painter-poet Takehisa Yumeji’s encounter with a beautiful widow with a dark past.