The first film in this five-film weekend-long Tai Kato Retrospective. Co-sponsored by the Japan Foundation.
A dead man leaves behind his wife and son with no one to care for them, until his killer’s ironic sense of responsibility attempts to fill the void. Comedy, blood-spray violence, and melodrama mixed with Kato’s repertoire of stylistic shooting techniques accompany this story of a drifting lone yakuza.
Directed by Tai Kato, 1966, 90 min.