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The movie "Battle Royale" (Special Version), directed by Kinji Fukasaku. Seen here from left, Anna Nagata (as Hirono Shimiz, girl # 10, aiming her pistol) and Kô Shibasaki, alt. Kou Shibasaki, (as Mitsuko Souma, girl # 11, reaching for her sickle, alt.: hand scythe). Initial theatrical release of original version, in Japan, December 16, 2000. Original title: Batoru rowaiaru. Screen capture. Special Version Copyright © 2001 Toei Company, Ltd. Credit: © 2001 Toei Company / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Battle Royale" (Special Version), directed by Kinji Fukasaku. Seen here, Takeshi Kitano (as Kitano) speaking over the PA system during the second report, at noon, encouraging students to, "Take a little lunch break from the killing." Initial theatrical release of original version, in Japan, December 16, 2000. Original title: Batoru rowaiaru. Screen capture with English subtitle. Special Version Copyright © 2001 Toei Company, Ltd. Credit: © 2001 Toei Company / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Battle Royale" (Special Version), directed by Kinji Fukasaku. Seen here, Taro Yamamoto (as Shogo Kawada, boy # 5, transfer student) with a Franchi SPAS 12 shotgun. Initial theatrical release of original version, in Japan, December 16, 2000. Original title: Batoru rowaiaru. Screen capture. Special Version Copyright © 2001 Toei Company, Ltd. Credit: © 2001 Toei Company / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Battle Royale" (Special Version), directed by Kinji Fukasaku. Seen here from left, Tatsuya Fujiwara (as Shuya Nanahara, boy # 15) and Aki Maeda (as Noriko Nakagawa, girl # 15). Initial theatrical release of original version, in Japan, December 16, 2000. Original title: Batoru rowaiaru. Screen capture. Special Version Copyright © 2001 Toei Company, Ltd. Credit: © 2001 Toei Company / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Battle Royale" (Special Version), directed by Kinji Fukasaku. Seen here, Gouki Nishimura (as Tatsumichi Ôki, alt.: Oki, boy # 3) holding his weapon, a hatchet. Considered as student victim # 15, with 27 students remaining. Initial theatrical release of original version, in Japan, December 16, 2000. Original title: Batoru rowaiaru. Screen capture. Special Version Copyright © 2001 Toei Company, Ltd. Credit: © 2001 Toei Company / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Battle Royale" (Special Version), directed by Kinji Fukasaku. Seen here, loudspeakers on the island. Initial theatrical release of original version, in Japan, December 16, 2000. Original title: Batoru rowaiaru. Screen capture. Special Version Copyright © 2001 Toei Company, Ltd. Credit: © 2001 Toei Company / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Battle Royale" (Special Version), directed by Kinji Fukasaku. Seen here from left, Tatsuya Fujiwara (as Shuya Nanahara, boy # 15) and Aki Maeda (as Noriko Nakagawa, girl # 15). Initial theatrical release of original version, in Japan, December 16, 2000. Original title: Batoru rowaiaru. Screen capture. Special Version Copyright © 2001 Toei Company, Ltd. Credit: © 2001 Toei Company / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Battle Royale" (Special Version), directed by Kinji Fukasaku. Seen here, Kô Shibasaki, alt.: Kou Shibasaki, (as Mitsuko Souma, girl # 11). Initial theatrical release of original version, in Japan, December 16, 2000. Original title: Batoru rowaiaru. Screen capture. Special Version Copyright © 2001 Toei Company, Ltd. Credit: © 2001 Toei Company / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Battle Royale" (Special Version), directed by Kinji Fukasaku. Seen here, Sayaka Ikeda (as Megumi Etô, girl # 3) holding her weapon, a stun gun. Initial theatrical release of original version, in Japan, December 16, 2000. Original title: Batoru rowaiaru. Screen capture. Special Version Copyright © 2001 Toei Company, Ltd. Credit: © 2001 Toei Company / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "Battle Royale" (Special Version), directed by Kinji Fukasaku. Seen here running with a crossbow, Shin Kusaka (as Yoshio Akamatsu, boy # 1). Considered as student victim # 4, with 38 students remaining. Initial theatrical release of original version, in Japan, December 16, 2000. Original title: Batoru rowaiaru. Screen capture. Special Version Copyright © 2001 Toei Company, Ltd. Credit: © 2001 Toei Company / Courtesy: Pyxurz.