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Battle Royale is a 2000 Japanese action thriller film adapted from the 1999 novel of the same name by Koushun Takami. It is the final film directed by Kinji Fukasaku, the screenplay written by his son Kenta, and stars Takeshi Kitano. The film tells the story of Shuya Nanahara, a junior high-school student who is struggling with the end of his father's life and is forced by the government to compete in a game where the students must take each other's lives in order to win. The film aroused both domestic and international controversy and was either banned outright or deliberately excluded from distribution in several countries. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Beat Kitano, Chiaki Kuriyama, Kou Shibasaki, Aki Maeda, Ai Maeda, + more
Directed by: Kinji Fukasaku
Death Note is a series of two live-action Japanese films released in 2006 and a spin-off released on February 9, 2008. The two movies are based on the Death Note manga series by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. The films primarily center on a university student who decides to rid the world of evil with the help of a supernatural notebook that kills anyone whose name is written in it. The two films were directed by Shūsuke Kaneko, produced by Nippon Television, and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures Japan. A spin-off film directed by Hideo Nakata, titled L: Change the World, was released on February 9, 2008. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Erika Toda, Tatsuya Fujiwara, Asaka Seto, Nakamura Shidō II, Kenichi Matsuyama, + more
Directed by: Shusuke Kaneko
L: Change the World, is a 2008 Japanese film that is a spin-off to the Death Note film series. Although the film is inspired by the manga Death Note that was written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata, it follows an original storyline. It is set at the end of Death Note II: The Last Name. The film is directed by Hideo Nakata, and it stars actor Kenichi Matsuyama as the character "L". Furthermore, child actor Narushi Fukuda stars as Near, while child actress Mayuko Fukuda plays the role of Maki Nikaido, a character who does not appear in the original manga. The film was first released in Hong Kong on February 7, 2008. It was subsequently released in the Japanese box office on 9 ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Erika Toda, Youki Kudoh, Renji Ishibashi, Tatsuya Fujiwara, Tim Man, + more
Directed by: Hideo Nakata
Snakes and Earrings is a thriller film directed by Yukio Ninagawa. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Tatsuya Fujiwara, Shun Oguri, Yuriko Yoshitaka, Arata Iura, Toshiaki Karasawa, + more
Directed by: Yukio Ninagawa