The police are tracking a man who shoots at people. But the young sister of a detective find that he's not the mad vigilante portrayed in newspapers.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Shinji Takeda ...
K
Hinano Yoshikawa ...
Hinano
Kaori Mizushima ...
Naomi
Tetta Sugimoto ...
Roy
Ren Ôsugi ...
Bus driver
Masayuki Yui ...
Manager of beauty parlor
Moro Morooka ...
Video shop clerk
Ken Mitsuishi ...
Video shop customer
Fumiya Tanaka ...
D.J.
Hidaki Oikawa ...
Bouncer
Asaidori ...
Bouncer
Yôichirô Saitô ...
Boy at disco
Minako Hashimoto ...
Girl at disco
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Boy in quarrel
Kirina Mano ...
Girl in quarrel
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A young man shooting at people is nicknamed Four Eyes in the press because of his thick-lensed glasses. The young Hinano, sister of a policeman who is on the case, recognized the mysterious 'killer' by the way he acts in the metro. She follows him to find out where he lives. Ready to inform against him, something will stop her... Written by Jean-Marie Berthiaume <jiembe@videotron.ca>

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One of the scenes in Tokyo Eyes (1998) shows Hinano mimicking Ai's moves on the window in reference to a scene in Tokyo Decadence (1992). This Ryû Murakami 1991 erotic drama is better known as Tokyo Decadence. See more »

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The trendiest and almost the best movie ever
22 September 2000 | by (Säffle, Sweden) – See all my reviews

This movie was something that struck me almost as powerful as F***ing Åmål (Show me Love), which I saw the week before. It's a really sweet lovestory, with the one of the best endings I've ever seen, it has to be seen, it's unexplainable. The "shooting-guy" is just too cool, he designs videogames and has thousands of 12"-clubrecords. The girl is too pretty, it's almost annoying. The music in the film is so fat and so suggestive and most important, so F***ING swell and trendy and perfect it's unbelievable. And, of course, you can't buy it with english text anywhere on the net. Some b**ody sod stole my videotape with it. In a bl***in hospital!!!

Anyway, if you ever get a chance to see this movie, do so. It's strange, but if you're normally intelligent, that wouldn't be too much of a problem.


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