A renegade film crew becomes embroiled with a yakuza clan feud in this wild, perverse and blood-soaked orgy of outrageousness from cult director Sion Sono (“Suicide Club”).
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Sono Sion had a major heart attack in February, but the gonzo Japanese auteur’s gruesome new Netflix epic suggests he hasn’t missed a beat.
This hard-boiled piece of pulp fiction thaws into a hysterically violent absurdist comedy about the implosion of the Japanese underworld.
Amazon commissioned Japanese director Sono Sion to make an epic miniseries that’s mostly set inside of a vampire’s vagina. Madness ensued.
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Butler said the “Great Gatsby” star told him that Luhrmann would “constantly keep you off balance.”
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The Marvel star teased that his character has removed another item of clothing with each film, until there was nothing left to take off.
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