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  • Even if this film expands the story and the life of Kaji, I don't think it has quite as much of power in it as the second part did
  • Tatsuya Nakadai is marvellous though, and the change his character goes through in these three films is very interesting

    • by limonar
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      The third and final chapter in Kobayashi’s epic films about japanese military officer Kaji. He and his fellow soldiers move into China and later Russia, at the same time as they suspects the war is over and their side has lost.

      They can not proceed


      into Russia and get captured by the allies, and the can not return back home in fear of getting caught on the way.

      Kaji and his men are caught in no man’s land, trying to live off the villagers who hopefully won’t give them away.

      ...


      • Even if this film expands the story and the life of Kaji, I don’t think it has quite as much of power in it as the second part did.

        To few things are happening the three hours it goes on, and only the last half

        hour manages to be that incredibly intense and apocalyptic as the whole second part was.

        Tatsuya Nakadai is marvellous though, and the change his character goes through in these three films is very interesting.

        A well made final chapter but not best of the three.




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