Watch: Red Band Trailer for Takeshi Kitano's Violent 'Beyond Outrage'
A couple years ago, we had our eyes on the Cannes Film Festival selected action thriller Outrage from director Takeshi "Beat" Kitano, and now the director is back with a sequel called Beyond Outrage that ups the ante. This one premiered at the Venice Film Festival last year, and now a red band trailer has arrived to show off the film following a manipulative police crackdown on organized crime which has ignited a power struggle in the Yakuza underworld. Kitano also stars in the film as an intimidating crime boss fresh out of prison. This looks violent as hell and bad ass, so you should watch Outrage on Netflix Instant now.
Here's the red band trailer for Takeshi Kitano's Beyond Outrage, originally from Yahoo:
Beyond Outrage is the sequel to the 2010 film outrage, written and directed by Takeshi "Beat" Kitano, who directed his first feature in 1989, called Violent Cop, and has gone on to direct numerous other films including Boiling Point and Achilles and the Tortoise. Detective Kataoka (Fumiyo Kohinata) wants to start a war between the Sanno crime family, dominated by young executives, and the neighboring Hanabishi family, in the hopes that they destroy each other. His trump card is Otomo (Kitano) – the rumored-dead boss of a defunct family destroyed by the Sanno, who has just been released from prison. Otomo wants to retire from a life of crime, but finds himself drawn into the fray as the Sanno and Hanabishi clans teeter on the brink of an all-out war. The film hits VOD November 28th and limited theaters January 4th, 2014.
Reader Feedback - 6 Comments
Lot's of violence posted today. Me likey...
Bl00dwerK on Oct 30, 2013
For the life of me, I can't see how they brought Kitano back? He was shanked repeatedly in the last one...I just don't see how he would have survived that attack...although, this looks great!
rage72 on Oct 30, 2013
Since Kitano is director, writer and actor in this movie, he can bring back whatever he wants... But is it believable...hmm...
Nash on Oct 31, 2013
Carpola on Oct 30, 2013
Looks alright. I'll have to check out the original now.
cobrazombie on Oct 31, 2013
I LOVE me some Kitano, but I thought Outrage was pretty bad...for all the hyping of the violence (Kitano himself said he came up with the kill ideas first, and centered the movie around that), I thought it was relatively tame and boring. I'll still check this one out, though. Looks pretty cool.
Aaron Tom on Nov 3, 2013
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