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Crossfire (2000)
"Kurosufaia" (original title)

 -  Crime | Drama | Horror  -  10 June 2000 (Japan)
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A woman with the power to start fires with her mind searches for revenge for the murder of her friend by men above the law.

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Akiko Yada ...
Junko Aoki
Hideaki Itô ...
Tada Kazuki
Ryûji Harada ...
Yasuaki Makihara
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Kaori Kurata
Hisashi Yoshizawa ...
Kouichi Kido (as Yû Yoshizawa)
Hidenori Tokuyama ...
Masaki Kogure
Toshiyuki Nagashima ...
Yoshihiro Hasegawa
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Chikako Ishizu, the Detective
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Renji Ishibashi ...
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Yukijirô Hotaru ...
Hasaba
Kôichi Ueda ...
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Hirotarô Honda ...
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Junko was born with a type of ESP called pyrokinesis which she can use to incinerate anyone and anything at will. Junko is secretly in love with Kazuki, a young man who works with her. His sister is killed and a boy named Masaki suspected but the police don't arrest him. Junko tells Kazuki about her powers and takes revenge. Written by Killer-40

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What an intense movie!
20 May 2001 | by (Saint Louis, Missouri) – See all my reviews

The recent flow of horror films from Japan will be greatly helped by this entry! Not only does it suceed as a good story, but the special FX and action does nothing to deter from this.

A girl, Junko, with pyrokinesis (the ability to set things on fire with mental strenght) takes revenge on some teenage, who run a snuff film business, and have killed the sister of one of Junko's friends. The first half of the film runs like a cop-thriller (like SEVEN) with two detectives tracking the killings of the teenagers, then the burnings that follow. The second half, however, lends itself more to horror-action sequences and could very well be some of the most beauitful footage ever filmed. Though a little slow moving, not so much, though, as other Japanese horrors such as the first RING film and TOMIE, it still manages a nice pace and suceeds on every level, not just as a genre film, but as a great movie all around.

Catch it if you find it near you!


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