Takashi MIIKE 三池崇史
Lesson Of The Evil
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Being the only teacher who really cares about the students of an elite school, empathic Hasumi discovers a little too much sex and harrassment for his taste. He buys a pump gun and visits the students one by one. Enfant terrible MIIKE goes back to his roots and mixes excessive violence with a hint of black comedy. The college flick to end all college flicks.
Aku no kyoten
Takashi MIIKE was born in Osaka Prefecture in 1960. During his studies at Yokohama Vocational School of Broadcast and Film, one of his teachers was famous director Shohei IMAMURA. Since his feature debut LADY HUNTER in 1991, MIIKE has created more than 100 films and TV series. He is one of Japan’s most internationally successful directors. Nippon Connection has kept a close eye on his career for almost 20 years, having screened his films ICHI THE KILLER (2001 / NC ’02), THE CITY OF LOST SOULS (2000 / NC ’02), THE HAPPINESS OF THE KATAKURIS (2001 / NC ’03), IZO (2004 / NC ’05), CROWS ZERO II (2009 / NC ’10), HARA-KIRI: DEATH OF A SAMURAI (2011 / NC ’12), FOR LOVE’S SAKE (2012 / NC ’13), LESSON OF THE EVIL (2012 / NC ’14 and NC ’20), and OVER YOUR DEAD BODY (2014 / NC ’15).