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Aaron Jones over 3 years ago
Occupation of postwar Japan takes center stage in gritty Yakuza "West Side Story"
Shane Dowling over 6 years ago
Great combination of a Yakuza and romance with the backdrop of an absurd, post-war Japan.
Pigs and Battleships (豚と軍艦 , Buta to gunkan) is a 1961 Japanese film by director Shohei Imamura. The film depicts the mutually exploitative relationship that exists between the U.S. military and the lower elements of Japanese society at Yokosuka. Pigs and Battleships won Best Film in Japan's Blue Ribbon Awards.
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