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The Total Number of 3000 Juvenile Delinquents (2012)

Furyou shounen: 3,000-nin no atama (original title)
Based on an autobiographical book titled "Tokyo Furyou Shounen Densetsu". Based on technical high school in the 1970s, where it is said that half of the school's 3000 student are juvenile ... See full summary »

Director:

Keiji Miyano

Writers:

Natsuki Endô (based on the autobiography by), Natsuki Endô (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Kumiko Akiyoshi Kumiko Akiyoshi ... Hiroko
Ayuta Ayuta
Kenji Ezure Kenji Ezure
Shinzô Hotta Shinzô Hotta ... Muraoka (as Shinzo Hotta)
Hiroaki Iwanaga ... Sakamoto
Meguru Katô Meguru Katô ... Izawa
Shunsuke Kubozuka Shunsuke Kubozuka
Tadashi Mizuno Tadashi Mizuno
Momosuke Mizutani Momosuke Mizutani
Suzu Natsume Suzu Natsume
Takumi Saitoh ... Takaya Sendo (as Takumi Saitô)
Mizuho Sakata Mizuho Sakata
Atsuko Sudô Atsuko Sudô ... Eriko takagi
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Based on an autobiographical book titled "Tokyo Furyou Shounen Densetsu". Based on technical high school in the 1970s, where it is said that half of the school's 3000 student are juvenile delinquents. Saito plays a student named Sendo, who is aiming to be number one out of all of them. Sendo will fight with his life to make way for the top seat. Written by luraz isketambola

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

10 March 2012 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

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Black and White film Degraded Film Experience
29 May 2013 | by jaredrknightSee all my reviews

This is another typical Japanese high school gangster flick. Filled with a lot of "TEME!!" and other Japanese cuss words.

The thing that ruined this film for me was poor filming.

This film was shot in black and white which ruined the film experience more than it bettered it. The film is supposed to take place in the 70's. Which is my guess is to why they thought shooting the film in black and white was a good idea!

BUT NO! it was a terrible idea. The majority of the fight scenes take place in not well lit areas so you can literally not see anything. It makes it impossible to decipher who is getting hit, who is hitting who. This leaves you in a state of confusion, given that the film is about 50% fighting.

This is what made the film bad for me. They should have shot it in full color. The actors were all good. The main gangster kid was well casted and he actually looked like a gangster for once! The main girl too was very attractive. The story line while not very significant was there.

The whole films point was that not everyone can choose what role they play in life. That some people are given roles judged by their looks and where they are born or from. The film gets that point across pretty well.

If they would have shot it in color i would have given it a better score. Since they didn't i wouldn't recommend anyone else to even watch this.


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