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Sushi Girl -- Fish spent six years in jail. The night he is released, the men he protected celebrate with dinner. The sushi is served off the naked body of woman. She's been trained to ignore everything, even if it becomes dangerous.
Sushi Girl -- Fish, who has spent six years in jail for robbery, is welcomed home by his accomplices with a congratulatory dinner, a lavish array of sushi, served off the naked body of a beautiful, seemingly catatonic young woman. As the evening progresses, the Fish's accomplices can't help but open old wounds in an attempt to find their missing loot.


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Release Date:
29 November 2012 (Russia) See more »
Revenge is a dish best served raw.
Upon his release from prison, Fish is brought to an abandoned restaurant by his old associate, Duke, to celebrate his newfound freedom. However, there's unfinished business that Duke is determined to solve. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Tony Todd ... Duke

Noah Hathaway ... Fish

James Duval ... Francis

Andy Mackenzie ... Max

Mark Hamill ... Crow

Cortney Palm ... Sushi Girl

Shin'ichi Chiba ... Sushi Chef (as JJ Shin'ichi Chiba)

David Dastmalchian ... Nelson

Jeff Fahey ... Morris

Michael Biehn ... Mike

Danny Trejo ... Schlomo

Destin Pfaff ... Jude

Stryker ... Ramone

Cyrus Alexander ... Martin
David Reynolds ... Henchman
Neal Fischer ... Det. John N. Davenport
Sean Apple ... Det. Harry Caul Jr.

Rachel Federoff ... Female Voice on Phone

Suren M. Seron ... Correctional Clerk
Mike M. Quick ... Correctional Officer

Directed by
Kern Saxton 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Destin Pfaff  written by
Kern Saxton  written by

Produced by
Electra Avellan .... co-producer
Justin Bondurant .... executive producer
Josh Cole .... co-producer
Nicholes Cole .... co-producer
Zach Cole .... associate producer (as Zac Cole)
Chris Corson .... executive producer
Alexandre de Pereyra .... co-executive producer
Wesley Dent .... executive producer
Neal Fischer .... producer
Vicki Fischer .... co-executive producer
Carrie LeGrand .... line producer
Darin 'Koncreet' McClintock .... executive producer
Fritz Myers .... associate producer
Cedric Perthuis .... co-executive producer
Destin Pfaff .... producer
Kern Saxton .... producer
Suren M. Seron .... producer
Amit Shalev .... co-producer
Tony Todd .... executive producer
Forrest Williams .... executive producer
Original Music by
Fritz Myers 
Cinematography by
Aaron Meister 
Film Editing by
Kern Saxton 
Casting by
Zora DeHorter 
Production Design by
Kyle Kannenberg 
Art Direction by
Melisa Myers 
Set Decoration by
Rafael Sierra 
Costume Design by
Dayna Devorre 
Warden Neil 
Makeup Department
Kendall Capito .... assistant makeup artist
Teresa Cliff .... hair extensions
Brittany Disston .... assistant makeup artist
George Frangadakis .... special effects makeup workshop coordinator
Vincent J. Guastini .... special makeup effects designer
Laci Hill .... key makeup artist
Frank Ippolito .... assistant makeup artist
Anissa Salazar .... assistant makeup artist
Adina Sullivan .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Tommy Kijas .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chandra M. Alexander .... second assistant director
Grant Boucher .... second unit director
Danielle de Arakal .... second second assistant director (as Danielle J. Clark)
Kristin Graham .... second assistant director (additional photography)
Reza Lackey .... second second assistant director
Jeremy Phoenix .... first assistant director (additional photography)
Tyler Stratton .... first assistant director
Art Department
Nicole Alarid .... art department assistant
Patrick Denver .... model builder
Brett Hatcher .... set painter
Manthos Lappas .... conceptual artist
Manthos Lappas .... storyboard artist
Meagen Lee .... model builder
Michael Michelini .... set builder
Alicia Minette .... property master
Samuel Munoz .... leadman: pick-up crew (as Sam Munoz)
Andrew Richards .... art department assistant
Rafael Sierra .... art department assistant
Sound Department
Steven Avila .... sound designer
Steven Avila .... sound effects editor
Justin Blakely .... sound mixer
Trip Brock .... supervising sound editor
Rob Embrey .... post sound coordinator
Jackie Johnson .... dialogue editor
Peter D. Lago .... sound designer
Peter D. Lago .... supervising sound effects editor
Paul Losada .... sound mixer
Greg Mauer .... foley mixer
Greg Mauer .... supervising foley editor
Owen Peterson .... sound recordist
Ian Shedd .... assistant sound editor
Steven Utt .... sound recordist
Kelly Vandever .... sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Skip Burrows .... special effects supervisor
Ronald W. Mathews .... special effects: squibs (as Ron Matthews)
Visual Effects by
Alastor Arnold .... digital intermediate colorist
Grant Boucher .... visual effects supervisor
James Payfer .... digital compositor
Rich Hopkins .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Kevin Akers .... additional first assistant camera
Kevin Akers .... first assistant camera: "d" camera
Jake Beemer .... dolly grip: second unit
Josh Briggs .... grip/electric (as Joshua Briggs)
Ben Conley .... grip/electric
Benjamin Conley .... rigging grip/electric
Andreana Davies .... rigging grip
Michael Di Ricco .... gaffer
Brad Fulton .... publicity photographer
Brad Fulton .... still photographer
Aaron Gambel .... second assistant camera: "d" camera
Kiel Greenfield .... best boy grip
Elton Hartney James .... best boy grip
Tom Jordan .... camera operator: "d" camera
Erin Kibbe .... grip/electric
Danna Kinsky .... special features camera
Robert Kraetsch .... camera operator: "b" camera
Steven Jared Mangurten .... data manager
Joseph Matarrese .... key grip
Phillip Matarrese .... best boy electric
Nick Medrud .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Lawrence Montemayor .... first assistant camera: "e" camera
Shale Sage .... still photographer
Hunter Sandison .... camera operator: "e" camera
Joseph Segura .... first assistant camera
Yujiro Seki .... rigging grip/electric
Marc Shap .... camera operator: "a" camera
Jacqueline Stahl .... second assistant camera
Jesse Vallejo .... best boy grip
Jesse Vallejo .... best boy
Casting Department
Zora DeHorter .... casting
Ivy Isenberg .... original casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Amy Highfill .... wardrobe assistant
Jenni LiPetri .... set costumer
Sarah Stultz .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Jason Schwab .... assistant editor
Location Management
Terri Farley-Teruel .... location manager
Mario Teruel .... location manager
Music Department
Nate Boguszewski .... musician (drums & percussion)
Sean Fernald .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Rafael Sierra .... art department transportation (as Raphael Sierra)
Other crew
Cameron Arguelles .... quality control
Amy Arter .... additional script supervisor
Evelyn Belasco .... script supervisor
Skip Burrows .... armorer
Lei Deng .... production assistant
Sean Dubravac .... publicist
Asako Hosoe .... production assistant
Matt Ilczuk .... publicist
Annie Jeeves .... head publicist
Tommy Kijas .... craft service
Mohamad Koaik .... director: behind the scenes
Caroline Nelson .... production assistant (as Caroline J. Nelson)
Joy Phillips .... publicist
Mike M. Quick .... production assistant
Dave Sato .... assistant to producer
Crystal Segura .... production assistant
Tamanna Shah .... production coordinator
Amit Shalev .... epk producer
Amit Shalev .... executive consultant
Steven Wolf .... production assistant
Paul Aaron .... special thanks
Alastor Arnold .... special thanks
Manny Demello .... special thanks
Mike Gencarelli .... special thanks
Gudrun Giddings .... special thanks
Adam Gierasch .... special thanks
Jeff Goldberg .... very special thanks
Samuel Hadida .... special thanks
Joan Harrison .... special thanks
Bob Hartwig .... special thanks
Ivy Isenberg .... special thanks
Michael Kaliski .... special thanks
Andrew Kimble .... special thanks
Michael Leffler .... special thanks
Robert C. Nelms .... special thanks
Greg Pedicin .... special thanks
Rod Roddenberry .... special thanks
Zac Sanford .... special thanks
Amit Shalev .... very special thanks
Keith Sklar .... special thanks
Patti Stanger .... special thanks
Chris Talbot .... special thanks
Diana Terranova .... special thanks

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Additional Details

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Rated R for strong bloody violence, torture, language, nudity and brief drug use
98 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

The van that is used for the diamond burglary says Falkore Plumbing on the side. Falkor is the name of the Luck Dragon that Atreyu rides in The Neverending Story. Atreyu was played by Noah Hathaway, who plays Fish in this film.See more »
Continuity: Right after the car crash, Crow states his arm is broken, yet he's able to catch his glasses with it when they fall off.See more »
[Max pauses, then whips the sock into Fish's face one more time]
Duke:Max! I said time!
Crow:Aw, now your sock is all wet.
[Max hucks the sock at Crow]
Crow:Well, don't have a hissy fit! Jesus Christ!
Max:Sit on my f***ing fist, you pansy!
Crow:Ha. You wish.
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in The Candyman Legacy with Tony Todd (2015) (V)See more »
Diamonds Are ForeverSee more »


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28 out of 44 people found the following review useful.
A Flavor For Every Taste, 8 December 2012
Author: phoenixphyre3

Sushi Girl was a pleasant surprise. I had attended a viewing with the assumption that this would be a movie filled with snuff-film horror violence, but what was presented to the audience was an engaging story that was part detective story, comedy, action,drama, and thriller, with a dab of love story woven into the mix. It was AMAZING!!! In addition, the casting could not have been better. Mark Hamill, Noah Hathaway, Tony Todd, and the rest of the cast gave a chilling and superb performance. Kudos to all who worked hard on this movie. I can't wait till this movie comes out on DVD, and I can't wait to see what these guys do next.

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