A great sequel with an updated BR Act.
Tatsuya Fujiwara's Shuya Nanahara is now the leader of a terrorist group called the Wild Seven, who are manly comprised of BR survivors and orphans who want to see the world changed.
A new group of 42 fifteen year old school kids (who are from a deliquent school this time) are forced to take part in the BR Act 2 which entails them having to go to a remote island where they must kill Shuya Nanahara in 72 hours.
We see new faces including the Kitaro's (Beat Takashi's) daughter Shiori trying deal with her father's death, Takuma a very angry young man who is the new groups main character and Riki Takeuchi the new groups teacher whose family was killed by a
Wild Seven terrorist attack (played by the great man child like actor who is always great by the same name 'Riki Takeuchi')
A brilliant film that is highly underrated, and the extended edition as a little bit extra.
Lets hope they release a Blu Ray edition of this film like they've done with the first one.