Ryuko was raised by her father, a gambler named Senzo Yano in Kumamoto, Kyushu, after her mother died when she was little. When she turned 18 years old, her father was attacked and killed by a stranger in alley. Ryuko then dissolves her yakuza family, and, carrying the wallet left by the killer, she sets out on a journey to avenge her father's death. Five years later, she wanders the nation, known only as! Red Peony Oryu who has a red peony tattooed on her shoulder and has the defiance and courage of a man. She meets Katagiri - a loner gambler, Kumatora - boss of a family in Shikoku, and Otaka - female boss of the Doman Family in Osaka. With their help, she finally catches up with the man who murdered her father. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Red Peony Gambler
Based on the bestselling memoir - Yakuza Moon - by Shoko Tendo. The author stars as herself in the film adaptation of her tumultuous life as the daughter of a Yakuza boss, chronicling her ...
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Wilman A (gb) wrote: good family drama and quiet heartbreaking in some moments. good performance by young actress Joey King. her natural and clumsy act make this movie enjoyable and funny. match for all ages, especially for every adult who miss their young life cause this movie success to give us ageless effect. everyone want to be part of Quimby familiy, warm and strong either. but unfortunetely the visual effect didn`t support very well for every wild imagination of Ramona. beside that this is a light drama which can entertain and worth it to watch.
Alexander C (ag) wrote: Worth finding and watching!
Lindsay B (ag) wrote: I loved this movie so much. It filled me with fangirly joy, and made me cry my eyes out at least twice. And it ended just the way I hoped it would. :DDThis is definitely going on my favorite movies ever list.
Michael H (jp) wrote: Tina and I might have watched this in college, but I didn't remember it, and now I know why. We watched it with the kids recently and it's awful. How they got A-listers to cameo, I'll never know.
Gavin S (fr) wrote: I can't remember much about this other than it was one of the list of movies serious film buffs were supposed to have seen...I recall lots of conversations and not a ton of action...also seemed to reflect a less than stellar portrayal of women...
Kristie D (us) wrote: I love this movie! Me and my girl friend can recite this movie word for word!