Tenshu is imprisoned and sentenced to death for murdering the men who raped his girlfriend. However, he manages to survive his execution and is presented with an option: face another execution attempt or subject himself to their bizarre and dangerous experiments. He choses the latter and is put in a cell with a rapist and a woman who’s infected with a taint that transports from person to person during extreme anger. The taint is transferred to Tenshu and he must now deal with the military who has interrupted the experiment to obtain it. –IMDb
Ryuhei Kitamura (北村 龍平 Kitamura Ryūhei?) (born May 30, 1969) is a Japanese filmmaker. Born in Osaka, Japan, Kitamura quit high school and went to the School of Visual Arts in Australia at age 17.
His first film was the short Exit, which he made as his graduation piece at age 19. After graduating, he returned to Japan to establish Napalm Films, his independent film production studio. While his films Down to Hell and Heat After Dark were successful in film festivals, Kitamura’s rise to international fame came from Versus.
Kitamura went on to direct several movies, including adaptations of the manga Azumi and the popular Japanese TV drama Sky High. He had also collaborated with director Yukihiko Tsutsumi in the Duel Project, in which the two agreed to produce the best dueling movie with minimal production time and budget, with Aragami being Kitamura’s part. He also ventured into the world of video games by directing the cut scenes and motion capturing of Metal Gear Solid… read more