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Gabi Dincă over 5 years ago
After watching this movie you will be like 'WTF'.
Jan Wierzbowski 7 years ago
You have never before, and will never after, see anything quite like this.
Rosalio Galvan over 7 years ago
strange but interesting
Davide MrBlonde almost 3 years ago
Kurtis Azoth almost 4 years ago
Annalisa Schettino almost 4 years ago
George Doulgeris over 6 years ago
Patrick Benjamin over 7 years ago
Judith B. Treece almost 8 years ago
Gozu (極道恐怖大劇場 牛頭 GOZU, Gokudō kyōfu dai-gekijō: Gozu, literally: Grand Theatre of Perversion and Fear: Cow's Head) is a Japanese cult film directed by Takashi Miike. Structurally, Gozu is a succession of bizarre scenes sandwiched between a storyline involving Minami’s search for his Yakuza brother Ozaki in a small town, that is reminiscent of the episodic quests in Greek Mythology. Shot on a low budget, the movie was originally planned for release on DVD but its positive reception at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2003 secured its theatrical release overseas. The film received mostly positive reviews from the New York Times, BBC, Washington Post and internet sites Rotten Tomatoes and IMDB, with most critics commenting on the deeply surreal and disjointed nature of the film.
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