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    Crows Zero

    There is a highschool that almost students join criminal world after graduating. Genji Takiya is baron鈥檚 son, he is moved to that school in order to control the school and take over his father鈥檚 position. Genji quickly finds out the strongest student - Tamao. Genji takes the help from Ken Katagiri to defeat Tamao.
    Duration: 130 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2007
    IMDb: 7.1
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  • Actors of "Crows Zero"

  • Characters of "Crows Zero"

    Genji Takaya. Character of Crows Zero
    Played by: Shun Oguri
    Ken Katagiri. Character of Crows Zero
    Played by: Ky么suke Yabe
  • Directors of "Crows Zero"

    Takashi Miike. Director of Crows Zero
    Takashi Miike
    Birthdate: 24 August 1960, Yao, Japan
  • Creators of "Crows Zero"

    Hiroshi Takahashi. Director of Crows Zero
    Hiroshi Takahashi
    Sh么go Mut么. Director of Crows Zero
    Sh么go Mut么
  • Critic Reviews of "Crows Zero"

    Little White Lies
    April 05, 2012

    the conflicts depicted with such flamboyant relish here neither can, nor will, ever end, which makes the film's two-hours-plus duration feel rather stretched, especially when spent in the company of characters who, although very broad, lack any depth.

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