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Crossfire (2000)
"Kurosufaia" (original title)

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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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Cast overview:
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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Surprisingly good
27 December 2006 | by (Redondo Beach, CA) – See all my reviews

The movie has a familiar ring to it: It bears a strong parallel in its primary idea to Drew Barrymore's power to ignite objects (including human victims) with spontaneous combustion in Firestarter. I didn't expect much from this movie, but its originality set it apart from that other movie, and it surprised me.

Akiko Yada, as Junko, the character endowed with the gift/curse of the pyro-kinetic power, leads a spirited Japanese cast. A couple of actors over-do their parts, but everyone is convincing. Naturally, as more and more people learn the truth about Junko's power, several different individuals pursue her, each for opposing reasons. Junko herself is a pursuer, seeking vengeance against a killer. Many back stories, and the competing characters make for an involving story that moves quickly (and often violently). Those who would exploit her power are in abundance.

Many innocents are close to the action, too, making for a good, suspenseful plot. It has a strange ending, which provides for a good discussion of what it meant with someone you viewed the movie with. This movie blends elements of suspense, science fiction, romance, and action very well.


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