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Bad Film
  • Drama Title: Bad Film
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  • Status: Completed
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  • Total Episodes: 1
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    The film started production in 1995 and it was just completed in 2012, hence the 2012 date. In 1997 (the not-to-distant future, in their eyes), Tokyo has been torn apart by gang violence, and two organizations in particular, the Japanese nationalist Kamikaze and the Chinese-immigrant led Baihubang, are embroiled in a bitter feud resulting from decades-long racial tensions. As things boil over into all-out war, two women fall into forbidden love, and a lesbian Romeo & Juliet love affair--of sorts--begins.

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