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Boiling Point (3-4X10月 (san(3) tai yon(4) ekkusu jugatsu, literally: "3 to 4x October") is a 1990 Japanese film written directed, and co-starring Japanese filmmaker Takeshi Kitano. It was his second film as director and first film as a screenwriter. While Boiling Point is regarded by some American online reviewers as one of the weaker efforts from "Beat" Takeshi, it is seen as an important first step in his development as a director. Ono Masahiko starred as a shiftless, inattentive young man, a member of a losing local baseball team, whose coach is threatened and attacked by a local yakuza. He teams up with a friend to go to Okinawa to purchase guns so they can get revenge. Kitano plays psychotic yakuza named Uehara, who befriends them upon their arrival in Okinawa. Uehara has his own agenda of revenge, and as the story progresses the two boys drift further into his orbit, with unsettling results. Kitano's trademark black humor suffuses the film in many ways: at one point, the boy...
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