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Japanese musician Ryuichi Sakamoto wrote and performed the song "Laserman" for the soundtrack.
"Perhaps you should think less of yourself and more of your group, try to work like in Japanese. I grew up with your soldiers; you were wise then. Now - music and movies are all America is good for. We make the machines, we build the future, we won ...
When Sato was brought back from New York to Osaka by Nick and Charlie, the airplane seen in the scene was Northwest Airlines Boeing 747-200. However after they land when Nick try to catch Sato after being taken by fake cop, it is clearly seen that the aircraft registration was N159US. In reality N159US is a Northwest Airlines McDonnell Douglas DC-10-40 not a Boeing 747-200.
The end credits begin with a Japanese kanji, which can be translated as "complete" or "end" and is sometimes used at the end of Japanese films.
$9,677,102 (USA) (24 September 1989)
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