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Starring: Tadanobu Asano
Writer: Kankuro Kudo
Director: Hideaki Hosono
An editor pays a visit to the hometown of her missing award-nominated writer. In that small sumo village, she ends up meeting the writer's weird friends, revealed to his bizarre life and what actually really strangely happened to him...
DANGER DE MORT (1999)
Theatrical Release in Japan: 05/08/99
Directed by: Yoshiho Fukuoka
Ken Kaneko, Yukiko Okamoto
The story of a young man and woman who set out to revenge the death of her mother. The lovers enter a mysterious world where space and time are twisted, where love is more dangerous than death... An innovative film directed by Ken Kaneko.
DIRECTOR INFECTION (2003)
Theatrical Release in Japan: 11/29/03
Directed by: Kazumasa Suzuki, Hideo Sakaki, Shunsuke Matsuoka, Satoshi Saffen, Hiroshi Shinagawa
Asaharu Hasegawa, Anna Tsuchiya
Compilation of five short idiosyncratic films and screenplays by five men who shared one common desire, "I want to make a movie!" Includes "Kenenn," on social issues, "Shuchaku Eki no Tsugi no Eki," set on a train, "Payday," of past and present, "Remholic," filled with eclectic items, and "Two Shot," about stand-up comics.
DRUG GARDEN (2000)
Theatrical Release in Japan: 06/17/00
Directed by: Reona Hirota
Reona Hirota, Mitsuru Fukikoshi
An actress, Leona, takes a massive number of pills for her "panic disorder." One day she finds out she's pregnant. A model, Chiru, who lives with Leona, suddenly dies... Directed by Leona Hirota.
DEAD BEAT (1999)
Theatrical Release in Japan: 08/07/99
Directed by: Jin Ando
Sho Aikawa, Jun Murakami, Kirina Mano
A suspense surrounding a lady who was shoved into the trunk of the Mercedes-Benz that she had stolen. Leading actress Kirina Mano was selected to act in "81/2 Women," directed by Peter Greenaway. Director Hiroshi Ando received the Motion Pictures Rookie Director's Award in '94.
DRAGON BLUE (1996)
Theatrical Release in Japan: 03/30/96
Directed by: Takuya Wada
Hiroko Tanaka, Keiji Muto
A series of eerie disappearances of women continues on an island. A Feng Shui reader tackles this bizarre case. Highly-acclaimed VFX creators from the U.S. and Japan collaborated technically to achieve this visual masterpiece.
DUEL OF THE YAKUZA (1997)
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
Directed by: Takeshi Miyasaka
Riki Takeushi, Hakuryu
The Sawamura-gumi distains dirty business, upholding the yakuza moral code while reaping profits through gambling. The Nomura-gumi becomes powerful through violent activity. The boss of the Sawamura-gumi, Ryu Sawamura, barges in during a special ceremony of the Nomura-gumi, bringing it to an abrupt halt. Inoue, who covets the position of Nomura-gumi new boss, intimidates Sorimachi of the Sawamura-gumi to force him to kill his own boss, Ryu. Sorimachi, shotgun in hand, arrives at the hot spring where Ryu is hidden. The opening volley is fired as an all-out bloodbath begins! Starring Riki Takeuchi and Hakuryu.
Theatrical Release in Japan: 02/19/00
Directed by: Nobuya Okabe
Daisuke Nagakura, Masanoeri Machida