Heat After Dark (1996)

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Gotou convinces his friend Kanzaki to help him bury the corpse of a man he claims to have killed in self-defense. Kanzaki reluctantly agrees, but when they bring the corpse out to the country they discover he's not actually dead at all.


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21 May 2019 | phanthinga
5
| How the hell he get out of the car ???
Heat After Dark is the directorial debut of director Ryuhei Kitamura that despite got all the right ingredients to make a fun yakuza flick with wacky characters and over the top John Woo shootout scenes from what I see in the synopsis it turned out to be rather boring and dumb at best. It definitely far from the worst of Kitamura filmography because in my opinion that title belongs to Longinus (2004) but I still think this movie for the hardcore fan of the director only, the general viewer that like his American movies can skip it

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Release Date:

5 April 2004

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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