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    Jigoku

    Shocking, outrageous, and poetic, Jigoku (Hell, a.k.a. The Sinners of Hell) is the most innovative creation from Nobuo Nakagawa, the father of the Japanese horror film. The movie tells the stories of a group of sinners involved in interconnected tales of murder, revenge, deceit and adultery all who meet at the Gates of Hell. 
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  • Actors of "Jigoku"

  • Directors of "Jigoku"

    Nobuo Nakagawa. Director of Jigoku

    Nobuo Nakagawa

    Birthdate: 18 April 1905, Kyoto, Japan
  • Creators of "Jigoku"

    Nobuo Nakagawa. Director of Jigoku

    Nobuo Nakagawa

    Birthdate: 18 April 1905, Kyoto, Japan
    Ichirô Miyagawa. Director of Jigoku

    Ichirô Miyagawa

  • Critic Reviews of "Jigoku"

    Time Out

    November 18, 2006

    Shot mostly on bare studio sets with a lighting style even more theatrical than the acting, it feels like a weird piece of fringe theatre in three acts.

    Eye for Film

    July 10, 2007

    the film's bleak portrayal of sin and (maybe) redemption is easily adapted to any time, even if Nakagawa's particular version is unimaginable in any decade but the Sixties.

    Ozus' World Movie Reviews

    November 15, 2006

    [Director Nobou] Nakagawa dazzles with his stunningly erotic-grotesque visualization of his interpretation of the lower depths.

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