An ultra dark, deeply unsettling, extreme psychological thriller from the director of 'Audition', 'Ichi the Killer' is probably the most arresting and controversial movie of the last decade.
Based on the ultra-violent ‘Manga’ comic of the same name, this ‘delirious cinematic vision in freefall’ painfully unveils a dark canvas on which is played a terrifying battle of wits between the ultimate sadist and the ultimate masochist.
Lunging between chilling surrealism and graphic hyper-reality, Ichi the Killer will shock and amaze you to the core of your foundations, and will forever change the way you look at the medium of film.
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Though at times Ichi The Killer messes with your head this is a brilliant piece of film making. Its as dark, perverse and psychotic a film could get.
Stylish, original, darkly comic, ultraviolent, perhaps vulgar, this slice of comic book violence is an absolute classic that could only have been spawned on the silver screen by a madman like Takashi Miike. A must see for those with a strong stomach and slightly warped sense of humour!
Great film but very hard on the stomach, I love it and it repulses me too. And Asano's brilliant in it.