A woman sits alone on a chair at a table in a room on one of the top floors of an asylum. Bright spot lights dot the night, sometimes shining on her window. She sharpens pencils and writes on a page in a copy book. The pencil point often breaks under her fingers' force. She places broken points outside the window on the sill. A satanic figure is somewhere nearby, animated but of straw or clay, not flesh. She finishes her writing, tears the paper from the pad, folds it, places it in an envelope, and slips it through a slot. Is she writing to her husband? "Sweetheart, come."
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User 1 Review:
On pensait Dead or Alive : Hanzaisha intouchable, voilà que Miike Takashi le fait suivre avec l'excellent Dead or Alive 2 : Tobosha. Beaucoup plus calme et plus tragique, DOA 2 suit l'histoire de deux tueurs à gages joués par les excellents Aikawa Sho et Takeuchi Riki (absolument fantastiques) qui se retrouvent quelques années après être sortis de l'orphelinat. Au lieu de se centrer sur ses excellentes scènes d'action, Dead or Alive 2 parle plutôt de la perte de l'innocence et nous offre quelques scènes où les deux protagonistes se retrouvent avec le très bon Endo Kenichi dans leur village de jeunesse. Souvent drôle, constamment touchant et tout le temps passionnant, Dead or Alive 2 est une excellente addition à la trilogie de Miike.
User 2 Review:
It?s part of the trilogy of Dead or Alive. I watched the first and the third at first. The first one is good and even though I love the twist and turn in the movie but the ending is taking too much advantage on my open minded mind. The third one maybe just so boring that I don?t even remember what it was. However, the second one is pretty probably the best out of three. It started weird and it ended weird in a way that I kind of expecting. It?s not a movie for everyone but if you just need something new to experience with, I say go rent it.
User 3 Review:
What a surprise! When a sequel comes with more quality, more story, and triple the originality as the first, I'm flabbergasted. Takashi Miike is known to many as the nasty, dirty, grimey, filthy, gory director of japanese gangster films. Which he is. But with Dead or Alive 2, he's created a heartfelt film of two orphan brothers that find each other after decades away from one another (I know, sounds like Captain Cheese of the Cheesy Express) but it works! The humor is spot on, the acting works, the characters come alive, the problems are real, the plot is ridiculously original, and the state of mind of these lost souls is great. Like Wim Wenders schtupped John Woo, and had an illegitimate japanese son of a gun.