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バトルロワイヤル (2000) Dir. Kinji Fukasaku
" Battle Royale is jagged and brutal and honest. From the very opening scene, which depicts the previous year’s combat, it’s bright and loud and garish and triumphalist. It doesn’t try to critically frame the spectacle; it is the spectacle, the same entertainment that the morally corrupt masses are watching. It doesn’t allow you any moral distance: if you are watching this film you, like them, are deriving entertainment from watching young people murder each other in horrific ways. It won’t allow you to get away from that. But in order to make that critique, BR has to sacrifice the intimacy and emotion that comes with a film seeking psychological realism—it can’t let us get too close to its characters, because the inhuman detachment of the audience is precisely the point. So it’s utterly crammed with irony; the violence is all cartoonish and excessive; the spurting gushing blood looks like ketchup. It’s pure satire. (And sharp as a knife, which is why it was so widely censored and banned.)” by Elucipher
Over the past month, myself and Kyle Starks have dedicated ourselves to one goal: Discovering how Scott Steiner went from Michigan born good ol’ boy to The Big Bad Booty Daddy.
Today, we recorded an hour and half long, special edition of Have A Nice Day and in two hours you can all bear witness to our findings.
Holla if ya hear me.
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it WAS inspirational
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