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69. First Love (Hatsukoi); movie review

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Cert 15
108 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong bloody violence, language, drug references, brief sexual threat

Nobody could accuse Takashi Miike of being workshy - he has a phenomenal record for pushing out movies.
That means it is particularly laudable that he should maintain such a high-quality bar.
He certainly couldn't have caught up on rest and recuperation during the making of this comedy-thriller because every single scene is high on intensity.
First Love stars Masataka Kubota as a successful young boxer who is given some life-changing news before coming to the rescue of a stranger (Sakurako Konish) who is being chased by a corrupt plain-clothed cop (Nao Omori).
It turns out that the young woman is unwittingly caught up in a drug-smuggling scheme and the two also become the focus of a chase by a Japanese criminal (Takahiro Miura), his nemesis (Shota Sometani) and a moll (Becky) bent on revenge.
First Love has echoes of In Bruges and Pulp Fiction but has Miike's style at its core.
I found its early stages a tad difficult to follow because its many characters are introduced at breakneck speed through very different angles.
But alignment is achieved by the fateful chance meeting between young boxer and the girl who turns out to be a naive pimped-out drug addict.
From then on, I became immersed in an unlikely love story, while the jet-black humour takes hold among their pursuers and the chases become more extreme.
And dead bodies pile up.. although not all killings are intentional.
Fans of First Love may cite the action sequences as its attraction but it is the smart dialogue which gives it an edge.
It is a wild ride and fans of Miike will be impressed.

Reasons to watch: In Bruges-style comedy crime thriller
Reasons to avoid: It takes a while to get into the flow

Laughs: Chuckles rather than laughs
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 7/10

Did you know? Takashi Miike has directed more than 100 theatrical, video and television productions since his debut in 1991. His films run through a variety of different genres and range from violent and bizarre to dramatic and family-friendly.

The final word. Takashi Miike: "This is the reality in Japan nowadays. Outlaws from different cultures such as the Chinese gangsters are causing new issues."

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