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Hana-bi: Flores de fuego


Dirigida por Takeshi Kitano
Japón, 1997
Policíaco, Drama, Romántico


Nishi (Takeshi Kitano) se enfrenta a la enfermedad terminal de su esposa, al drama de un compañero que ha quedado parapléjico en una redada y a un grupo de mafiosos que le siguen la pista.

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Hana-bi: Flores de fuego Dirigida por Takeshi Kitano
The film’s title translates to Fireworks while combining the Japanese words for “fire” and “flower,” two images that appear throughout the paintings. These paintings, along with frequent Kitano collaborator Joe Hisaishi’s marvelous score, bring much emotional power to this work.
November 16, 2016
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It’s an odd work that mixes almost cartoonish violence, comedy, and deep feeling to create a compelling and affecting film. “Beat” Takeshi Kitano is a wonderfully bold and original voice in world cinema who deserves your attention.
June 16, 2008
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Kitano’s morose, alienated take on what could be a standard-issue cops-and-gangsters tale is simultaneously coolly stylized and surprisingly emotionally persuasive. Yes, the scenes involving Nishi and his wife feel weirdly cloying at first, especially when you compare them with the jarringly violent sequences in between. But by the time you realize where it’s all going, it’s pretty tough to get that constricted feeling out of your throat.
November 02, 2004
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