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Name: 3Seconds Before Explosion (DVD)
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Description:
Directed by Motomu Ida
Language: Japanese
Subtitles: English
Region: Region 1
A lightning-paced 60 s crime film from Japan s Nikkatsu Studios, Three Seconds to Explosion packs enough subterfuge and action into its 84 volatile minutes to fill out a dozen pictures made anywhere else. (I like shady dealings,) purrs undercover superspy Yabuki (Akira Kobayashi The Yakuza Papers) en route to infiltrating a sadistic, trigger-happy gang of international jewel thieves. Gone renegade from the shadowy espionage bureau that honed his killer instincts to a razor s edge, the implacable Yabuki teams up with fellow mercenary crime fighter Yamawaki (Hideki Takahashi Fighting Elegy). Together, they follow a trail of stolen gems leading from the final days of WWII to a contemporary conspiracy that reaches into the highest corridors of corporate power and nefarious international villainy. A widescreen whirlwind of sharkskin thread, revenge-crazed assassins, ticking time bombs, deadly booby traps, and triple-crossing lingerie-clad femme fatales, Three Seconds to Explosion connects Nikkatsu s (mood action) yakuza gangster films of the 50 s and 60 s to the studio s subsequent kinky 70 s (pink films,) and is a primer in the tough, super-cool world of no borders exploitation cinema Nikkatsu style.

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