Most Popular Rino Katase Trailers
Total trailers found: 11
The Yakuza Wives Trailer (1986)
15 November 1986
While her husband is in prison doing time, Tamaki, the wife of a yakuza capo, runs her spouse’s gang with an iron hand.
125 Years Memory Trailer (2015)
05 December 2015
125 Years Memory (海難1890 Kainan ) is a 2015 drama film directed by Mitsutoshi Tanaka (ja) and written by Eriko Komatsu (ja).
Heat Wave Trailer (1991)
09 February 1991
Rin Jyoshima lost her father to death-by-gambling; years later, she's grown up in the Kosugi household and has fallen victim to gambling herself.
Shag Trailer (1978)
31 March 1978
Crime film distributed by Toho.
Lost Crime Trailer (2010)
03 July 2010
Veteran detective Masatoshi Takiguchi (Eiji Okuda), who will soon retire, and his young detective partner Maki Katagiri (Dai Watanabe) track a killer in a recent murder case.
14 September 1985
The story of beautiful Christian nun, Kyoko (Etsuko Shihomi) who is the object of affection for two very different men - one the happy-go-lucky yakuza gangster, Haruhiko (Koichi Iwaki) who is the next-in-line to takeover the ragtag "Tenryu Gumi" gang and the other bumbling police detective Kumashiro (Akira Emoto).
Midwinter Camellia Trailer (1992)
30 May 1992
Yasuo Furuhata directs this romantic yakuza flick based on a book by popular romance novelist Tomiko Miyao.
Carmen 1945 Trailer (1988)
09 April 1988
Prostitutes in burnt out Tokyo ghetto of post-WWII Japan peddle their flesh and save one-third of their money for a proposed dancehall to be named Paradise.
In Blazing Love Trailer (1994)
01 October 1994
An illustration of the tragic lives of geishas at a popular geisha house, Shinonomero. Shortly after being sold to a geisha house at age 5, Shizu is befriended by a fellow older geisha, Tsuru.
23 December 1994
Mitsuo, unhappy in his new job as a shoe salesman, is invited to a festival and is introduced to a friend’s sister.
Tokyo Bordello Trailer (1987)
13 June 1987
A ruined businessman was forced to sell his daughter, Hisano, to a brothel in Yoshiwara, the largest red-light district in Tokyo.