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Why Don't You Play in Hell?

Action, Comedy 2h 9m 2013

AroView: Described by its creator as “an action film about the love of 35mm”, this frenzied fanboy fiction from Shion Sono bears his trademark excess and outrageousness as well as rampant homage to Japanese cinematic history.

The best Western frame of reference is, of course, KILL BILL, only turned up to 11, as it brings together its several story strands in a stupendously kick-ass finale.

“Often hysterical in structure, the film is punctuated with delightfully framed sequences and a sense that Sono is simply having a bit of fun.” ~SCREEN DAILY

Director

Shion Sono

Language

Japanese

Subtitles

English

Country

Japan

Studio

Madman

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