Bullet Ballet 2004 Horror Movie Review
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Shinya Tsukamoto wrote, produced, directed, edited and stars in this Japanese thriller. Goda (Tsukamoto) grieves over the suicide of his lover (Kyoka Suzuki), wondering if he might bear some responsibility. Failing to acquire a gun, he wanders Tokyo streets, meets Chisato (Kirina Mano), and is beaten by her street-gang associates. He sets out for revenge - only to receive more beatings from the gang. Made in black and white, Bullet Ballet was shown at the 1998 Venice Film Festival and the 1998 Toronto Film Festival. Asian NTSC/All Code DVD release of 1998. Black & white. Japanese w/English subtitles. 98 minutes. Fejui.
About Bullet Ballet (2004)
Hisashi Igawa, Shinya Tsukamoto, Kyoka Suzuki, Kirina Mano, Takahiro Murase,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
Not availableDirector: Shinya Tsukamoto,
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