Re: [the boredoms] koroshiya-ichi
- Just watched the uncut Dutch DVD of this movie and noticed that EYE is
listed in the credits as a member of Karera Musication. Other than that, the
music credits in the film are almost identical to those on the CD. I was
under the impression that EYE was the only one *not* involved in the
soundtrack. What gives?
- So I accidently bought a bootleg version of Ichi the Killer on ebay
that was uncut and mostly translated, but there are parts that are
untranslated which is kind of annoying. I was wondering if there is
anyone who has seen the fully translated version who could tell me
what the dialogue is in the scene where we are first introduced to
Kakihara and he is talking to the tottering old yakuza boss. It
doesn't seem essential to the plot, but it has been bugging me for a
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> on a more bore-related subject - Takashi Miike's
> > > 'ichi the killer' has apparently been granted a UK certificate
> It has but the film will undergo three minutes worth of cuts.
> > hmmm, i live in texas and i got a sealed official
> > uncut, regionless, english translated dvd of the film
> > ("ichi the killer") for $20.
> Nope, it's not official. Here's the list of official releases
> currently out.
> Japan: Region-coded and without English subs. Uncut. NTSC format.
> Hong Kong: Region-coded and with English subs. Heavily cut. NTSC
> format. VCD also available but it's also cut.
> Holland: Region-coded and with English subs. Uncut. (The running
> time is short but this is due to the NTSC -> PAL conversion.) PAL
> format. Rental version already out and retail version coming in
> U.K.: No DVD announcement yet, but as mentioned above, any releaseexcept
> will be heavily cut. PAL format.
> In short, there's no official, uncut version with English subs
> the Dutch disc.subs
> > it should be incredibly easy to get on ebay for super
> > super cheap.
> True, but again, it's a bootlegs. There's two versions: one with
> ripped from the Hong Kong DVD (i.e., certain dialogue is unsubbed)and
> one using a fan-made script of the entire movie. The latter is part
> of the reason said fan no longer publicly distibutes his scripts.
> Pirates have taken several of them and used them on their bootlegs,
> mostly Miike's other works but several others too.
> As a side note, when it comes to Asian movies, eBay is essentially a
> wasteland filled with bootlegs. Sure, some are legit, but many are
> indeed bootlegs. If it doesn't have region-coding, that's usually a
> tell-tale sign (especially for Japanese movies) except for certain
> Hong Kong discs. I'm not going to lecture anyone on bootlegs and
> whatnot. I just want to let everyone know since a lot of people are
> duped into thinking they have official products.
> whothat scene, if it is in the beginning with the shot of
> could tell me
> what the dialogue is in the scene where we are first
> introduced to
> Kakihara and he is talking to the tottering old
> yakuza boss. It
> doesn't seem essential to the plot, but it has been
> bugging me for a
kakihara blowing smoke out of his cheeks, is just the
gang talking about where anjo went with the money. one
of the guys thinks he ran off with one of the girls
while the other thinks he is dead and another gang was
responsible for his murder. they argue about that
before the next scene where they meet jiji (the small
guy in the big jacket) and he informs that he hear it
was a guy named suzuki from the other gang. i THINK
this the scene you are talking about. its BEFORE the
1st torture scene.
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