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Suzuki Matsuo fits the definition of “multitalented” to a T, though his acting, directing and writing usually have laughter as an object. And while now a showbiz elder — he has been managing his Otono Keikaku theater troupe since 1988 — Matsuo still has a wild hair or two, as if youthful comedian John Belushi had made it to grizzled middle age.

Like his other three features as a director, his new film, “108: Revenge and Adventure of Goro Kaiba,” has an original, if bizarre, premise and a patchy execution.

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