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Black Business : Modern Day Yakuza // Maiham-Media.com

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Published on Mar 7, 2014

This feature is not meant to give all the answers, it meant to raise more questions. The rabbit hole is very shallow for someone like me, if the right people like this project it could get deeper but until then I hope you enjoy this short feature.
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Japan is famous for many things, such as technology, sushi, temples, geisha and amazing customer service. One side of Japan not often seen but living in plain sight are the people conducting in "Black Business", the Yakuza. They're not petty criminals confined to the streets, they're international business men. Using knowledge, money, powers of persuasions and their influence in the government to help secure them lucrative international black business deals.

To the everyday citizen they serve as no threat, often polite and well spoken but if you are one to do business with them; Make no mistake they're ruthless, calculated people that will not hesitate to better their position at your expense.

Forgot what you think you know, Japan is not all smiles and friendly customer service...


Director / Cinematography / Edit / Grading : Luke Huxham
Produced by : http://Maiham-Media.com
Audio producer : Slava Korystov (http://facebook.com/mrtatreal)
GFX / Titles artist : Edward Khoma (http://carbonstudiosllc.com)



Side Note : If the music sounds familiar it's because I loved the soundtrack from the Maniac motion picture. That soundtrack was used a source of inspiration for the audio within this feature. The songs created for this film were made from scratch. 20 Seconds of vocals were added but all the audio was made especially for this film.

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