God Speed You! Black Emperor
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|God Speed You! Black Emperor|
|Directed by||Mitsuo Yanagimachi|
|Produced by||Mitsuo Yanagimachi|
God Speed You! Black Emperor (ゴッド・スピード・ユー! BLACK EMPEROR Goddo Supīdo Yū! Burakku Enperā) is a 1976 Japanese black-and-white 16 mm documentary film by director Mitsuo Yanagimachi, which follows the exploits of young Japanese motorcyclists, the "Black Emperors".
The 1970s in Japan saw the rise of a motorcycling movement called the bōsōzoku, which drew the interest of the media. The movie follows a member of the "Black Emperors" motorcycle club and his interaction with his parents after he gets in trouble with the police.
- God Speed You! Black Emperor on IMDb
- God Speed You! Black Emperor at the Japanese Movie Database ‹See Tfd›(in Japanese)
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