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The movie "Battle Royale" (Special Version), directed by Kinji Fukasaku. Seen here from left, Takeshi Kitano (as Kitano) 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, Eri Ishikawa (as Yukie Utsumi, girl # 2). Considered as student victim # 31, with 11 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, Sayaka Kamiya (as Satomi Noda, girl # 17). Considered as student victim # 30, with 12 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, Shigehiro Yamaguchi (as Toshimori Oda, boy # 4). Considered as student victim # 22, with 20 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 in foreground, Taro Yamamoto (as Shogo Kawada, boy # 5, transfer student). In background from left, Aki Maeda (as Noriko Nakagawa, girl # 15) and Tatsuya Fujiwara (as Shuya Nanahara, boy # 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, Chiaki Kuriyama (as Takako Chigusa, girl # 13) with her weapon, a jackknife. 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, Hirohito Honda (as Kazushi Niida, boy # 16) facing Chigusa (girl # 13). Niida considered as student victim # 20, with 22 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 from left, Ren Matsuzawa (as Keita Iijima, boy # 2), Yutaka Shimada (as Yutaka Seto, boy # 12) and Takashi Tsukamoto (as Shinji Mimura, boy # 19, computer hacker). 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, Sosuke Takaoka (as Hiroki Sugimura, boy # 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, Tatsuya Fujiwara (as Shuya Nanahara, boy # 15) holding 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.