When a duplicitous scheme by the low-level yakuza, Kase (Shota Sometani) goes hilariously wrong, a terminally ill boxer, Leo (Masataka Kubota), and a disturbed drug addicted call girl, Monica (Sakurako Konishi), find themselves innocently caught in the crosshairs of two warring gangs. Over the course of the increasingly ludicrous night, the two fall passionately in love, while the hail of bullets and blood fall quietly in the background. From prolific auteur Takashi Miike, this noir-tinged, violent yakuza film, is Miike at his most fun and anarchic.
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How do you review a movie called "First Love" that features a decapitated head on the ground about five minutes in and a complete gun and swordfest near the end? I guess by saying that it's like a Quentin Tarantino film, which may give you an idea as to whether you'd enjoy it. Several of the characters have a plot, and they all pretty much go sideways. It has sort of a happy ending, but it's hard to believe it will last for long. Interesting, sometimes funny, but mostly depressing.