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Shinjuku Incident ( San suk si gin ) (2009) Movie Information

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Tung-Shing Yee


Jackie Chan
Naoto Takenaka
Daniel Wu
Jinglei Xu
Masaya Katô
Tôru Minegishi





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Steelhead is an illegal Chinese immigrant in Japan who comes to Tokyo to find his childhood sweetheart Xiu Xiu. He teams up with a group of Chinese workers who help him get a roof, some manual labor and sharing a tricks on how to survive living shadowy live. Life in Japan isn’t easy; the Chinese work at odd jobs, but have to bolt every time the cops show up for an illegal worker raid. From other side, they are constantly oppressed by Japanese yakuza gangs. Soon Steelhead discovers that Xiu Xiu has adopted a Japanese identity and married Eguchi, an ambitious up and coming yakuza chief.

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An illegal Chinese immigrant organises his community and creates a gang who can stand up to the criminals who prey on them on the streets of Tokyo. Jackie Chan attempts a more serious role in this gritty crime drama in which his trademark slapstick comedy, acrobatics and crazy stunts are glaringly absent. Instead he plays an ordinary man turning to crime as his only escape from the poverty and prejudice that threatens to consume he and his friends. It has a much darker tone than his usual projects and is certainly the bloodiest Jackie Chan film I have ever seen, but at the same time he cannot help but overcook the more melodramatic aspects of the story and his need to play the hero means the script speedily glosses over his criminal activities which means his character does not quite ring...

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