Murukami, a young homicide detective, has his pocket picked on a bus and loses his pistol. Frantic and ashamed, he dashes about trying to recover the weapon without success until taken under the wing of an older and wiser detective, Sato. Together they track the culprit.
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Another great detective classic in the tradition of "High and Low" by the same director!
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Did You Know?
Despite being noted as one of Akira Kurosawa
's most critically renowned post-war films, Stray Dog
(1949) was not held in such high regard by he director himself. Kurosawa has been quoted as saying that he thinks little of the film, calling it "too technical" while also remarking that it contains "all that technique and not one real thought in it." See more
At one point, there is a man playing a tune on a harmonica that needs two people with harmonicas to play. See more
Get me her record.
No need. I know her down to the moles on her back.
Referenced in Tyut pei ba ba
from "Les Contes d'Hoffmann"
Composed by Jacques Offenbach See more