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Nobody (1999)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama, Action/Adventure, Suspense/Thriller
Release Date:June 4, 1999
Running time:100 minutes
Cast:Masaya Kato, Jimpahi Nezu, Riki Takeuchi
Director:Toshimichi Ohkawa
Distributor:Phaedra Cinema

Description: A typical bar fight where three executives only wanted to stand up for themselves transforms an endless nightmare of mayhem. Taki and his colleagues find a whole new meaning for the term "fighting back" when it dawns on them they have no idea who it is they are fighting. Yakuza? The Cops? Powerful businessmen? When people start dropping dead, the situation is much more than anybody bargained for. Before discovering the identity of this madman, Taki will experience the loss of his friends, a fear the likes of which he could never have imagined and a seduction so aggressive, movie romance will never look the same.

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