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July 2, 2016
 

Trailer for HiGH&LOW: The Movie

Hulu viewers and teeny boppers living in Japan have had a lot going for them since last Fall, especially with the series premiere of HiGH&LOW: The Story Of S.W.O.R.D.. Billed solidly as the world’s first comprehensive, interactive entertainment project from LDH, inc. in association with NTV, the talented men of Japanese supergroup Exile Tribe led by director Kubo Shigeaki have carried the excitement forward stemming from the story of a town split between five tribal gangs.

The series is currently running with its second season and you can learn more about it at the official website. In the meantime, you’ll want to feast your eyes on what’s happening with the promotional campaign for the forthcoming feature film, HiGH&LOW: The Movie.

Official trailers are running online with an additional raft of special trailers and promos, each of which are jam-packed with high energy music, screenfighting and fisticuffs galore.

The movie is set in an aftermath of the sudden dispersal of a legendary town called “Mugen,” and recounts the story of the five organizations, who aims to take control in the said area. These five organizations are known as Sanno Association, White Rascals, Rude Boys, Onija High School and Daruma Hooligans.

The five gangs will put their pride on the line as all of them take part in a fierce battle for dominance. However, the plot takes a surprising twist when a mysterious group called “Mighty Warriors” suddenly appears.

HiGH&LOW: The Movie opens in Japan on July 15. An official trailer can be seen below along with all eighteen “special trailers” as they continue to accumulate as of this write-up. Watch all the action below now!





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Lee Golden
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