Kung Fu Street Fighter

Film, Action and adventure

Time Out says

Japan had its Bruce Lee craze like everywhere else, and this offers a taste of the ultra-violent unarmed combat movies the Japanese started making after Lee's death in 1973. Chiba stars as Terry Tsuguri, the meanest bastard who ever gouged eyes, in an incomprehensible kidnap plot which rises to a wonderfully hysterical climax with samurai-style swordplay aboard an oil-tanker. If you can take the film's formulary nature, its rampant misogyny, and the peculiarly Japanese notion of tortured personal honour that Chiba's 'hero' represents, it's quite impressive.

Details

Release details

Duration:
88 mins

Cast and crew

Director:
Shigehiro Ozawa
Screenwriter:
Koji Takada, Motohiro Torii
Cast:
Shinichi Chiba
Goichi Yamada
Yutaka Nakajima
Tony Cetera
Tatsuro Endo