It seems that, for the past decade or so, any discussion of Japanese martial arts films has revolved around the skills of Sakaguchi Tak. And there's good reason for that, Sakaguchi standing as by far the most prominent fighter within those years, starring in a host of popular titles. But Sakaguchi is far from the only game in town and a man whose skills are just as impressive is Koga Mitsuki.
Since first appearing in a bit part in Godzilla: Tokyo SOS
- he piloted the Mechagodzilla - Koga has been a reliable force both in big budget films (Shinobi
, Tomorrow's Joe
) and more cult titles (Cromartie High
, Hard Revenge Milly
) and he has reunited with his Hard Revenge Milly
director Tsujimoto Takanori for low budget fight flick Bushido Man
The premise is simple: Koga plays a wandering fighter challenging the masters of various styles. And then he eats. It's almost a show reel for both director and actor, both showing off what they can do based on pure talent with no budget left over for trickery. Take a look at the trailer below.
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