R | | Action, Drama
A down-and-out American boxer becomes involved in a feud between two Japanese brothers.
Ian Moffat did uncredited work on the screenplay. It was the second and final collaboration of Moffat and John Frankenheimer; Moffat had previously co-written Black Sunday (1977) for Frankenheimer.
After Akiko disappears at the street festival, Rick runs into a guy with a walkie-talkie. As they're talking, people passing in the background look at the camera, duck, and run out of frame.
Released directly to Japanese home video in 112 minute length.
$804,512 (USA) (25 July 1982)