A Tokyo businessman (Hiroshi Hada), transferred to L.A, molests a teenage girl on a train. It turns out that the girl is the daughter of a vice cop. But in one of those plot twists that can only occur in the movies, the cop is assigned to find the businessman's own daughter who has been kidnapped and forced into a teen prostitution ring. Written by
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A cop full of hatred can't work by the book.
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Did You Know?
According to the book "Charles Bronson" by Michael R. Pitts, the meaning and relevance of this movie's title is that it "refers to subjects (such as sex, child molesting, prostitution) which are forbidden topics in Japanese culture." See more
The car in the Harbor Scene in which Crowe (Bronson) and his partner sit is smashed up twice by the car crane . See more
No you're not... But you are gonna have to stick your head between your legs to tell the time.
References Los lavaderos
Written by Shosuke Ichikawa
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