Young Yakuza

Synopsis: A young man is initiated into a Yakuza band.
Genre: Documentary
Director(s): Jean-Pierre Limosin
Production: Cinema Epoch
 
IMDB:
6.5
Rotten Tomatoes:
30%
Year:
2007
90 min
27 Views


You wear this uniform.

You can throw out the rest.

"Please excuse me."

You have to bow low down.

Your arms by your sides,

and really mean what you say.

"Please excuse me."

Again.

Yes, not too bad.

But really mean what you say.

When you're leaving you say:

"Excuse the interruption."

Yes, that's it.

In the morning, when the boss arrives:

"Good morning, boss."

"Good morning, boss."

In here, are the boss's

cups and glasses.

- All these?

- Yes, this is all for the boss.

Here, are the guest glasses,

and here,

the H.Q. chief's things.

Here, are the guest cups,

and here, are our ones.

And all the dishes above,

belong to the boss.

The shibori below right

are the boss's.

Those are for the deputy chief,

those for the H.Q. chief.

Here, there are less than usual.

They're for the guests.

That's the boss's kettle.

This one is for us.

- Be very careful.

- OK.

That's the boss's fridge.

Everything in there,

is for the boss.

Can you get me a coaster?

Is there a special way

of folding the shibori?

Yes.

We'll go in together.

"Please excuse me."

First,

put down the shibori.

The name should be on this side.

- The name on the cup?

- Yes, facing him.

You place the shibori on the right.

Then you say:

"Excuse the interruption."

- How old are you?

- 26 years old.

I'm only 20.

You look older.

I get that a lot.

You look much older.

Really?

That old?

- Have I met everyone yet?

- Not yet.

It's stressful.

At the start, that's normal.

It's stressful.

Are there any scary ones?

Scary ones?

No, I don't think so.

Really?

You'd think in a place like this,

there would be.

- Really...

- You're sure?

It happens in the dirty city

The concrete jungle

You wander, bad boy solitaire

Full of dreams

You land in Tokyo

In a state

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Jean-Pierre Limosin

Jean-Pierre Limosin (French: [li.mɔ.zɛ̃]; born 1949) is a French film director and screenwriter. He has directed seven films since 1983. His film Tokyo Eyes was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival. more…

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