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Yakuza’s Documented by Belgian Photographer

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Yakuza’s Documented by Belgian Photographer

 

The Japanese mafia, known globally as The Yakuza, is made up of approximately 50,000 members, forming one of the largest criminal networks in the world. In 2009 Anton Kusters, a Belgian photographer was allowed entry into one of Japan’s Yakuza families. Over two years, he captured the lives of those living in the underworld. Kusters made a short documentary for The Economist titled Inside the Syndicate. Very well documented but a bit short for my tatse, feels more like an introduction. I wish they were a longer version! (lucky enough Anton did a Ted talk about it

 

Via: http://trendland.com/yakuzas-documented-by-belgian-photographer/



Carlos Flores

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