LAST MAN STANDING Yojimbo: Asaki Gentaro - Painted 1:35

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Gentleman Asaki, painted, 1/35 scale

Work size (including diorama base): W100 x D100 x H142mm
Award: 25th Doll Modification Contest Bronze Prize

Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery

Released in 1996, Last Man Standing was an American film that was a gangster remake of the world-famous Akira Kurosawa's Yojinbo.
The film is a diorama of Toshiro Mifune as Sanjuro Kuwabata, a bouncer, watching Bruce Willis as John Smith with two guns standing in the wilderness.

You're strong, man. What's your name?
"...John Smith. I don't know who the fuck you are. No, you don't."
I can almost hear them talking.
Both actors are extremely famous, so there must have been a lot of pressure to make them look like each other.

Both actors are extremely famous and it must have been a lot of pressure to make them look alike.
Mifune's warm perspective seems to connect with the underlying film work and warms the heart of the viewer.

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