Two Japanese survivors of the Khmer Rouge massacres in Cambodia vow to find a sanctuary, even if they have to build it themselves. Returning to Japan, they take seemingly opposite paths: one becomes a politician, the other a gangster. As Asami and Hojo work through the linked worlds of politics and crime in modern Japan, they don't hesitate to do anything necessary to secure their own positions and stay true to their vow. Loyal to no one else, they find their friendship increasingly tested as they rise in their chosen fields.
This show more feels like it was made in 1986 instead of 1996. Everything about it screams 80's, from their stylish hair to the constant random, and i mean very random sex scenes. The show started off with a full on 5 minutes of sex....2 men make a pact with one another after going through some pretty hard times and even more to come. they lead very very different lives, one being a politician and the other... read more
“DON'T MEAN A THING IF IT DON’T GOT THAT SWING.”
WELL THIS MOVIE DOESN’T HAVE ANYTHING OF VALUE.
While the premise of having two people leading seemilgly opposite lives [politician and gangster] seems intriguing the parelles between the day to day decisons they make as well as the reasoning behind their carerr choices falls flat. Survivors of a war would have scars and a... read more