Harry Kilmer returns to Japan after several years in order to rescue his friend George's kidnapped daughter - and ends up on the wrong side of the Yakuza, the notorious Japanese mafia...
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Separated by blood and centuries - United by a Woman - Now, hurled together against the Yakuza . . . brotherhood of the East.
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Did You Know?
The gambling game played by the Yakuza in the film is Tehonbiki. See more
The boom mic is clearly visible in one scene when Oliver Wheat grabs his cat while telling the story of Eiko to Dusty, the mic appears behind the table and is retracted as Wheat advances. See more
Ken is a tormented man. It is Eiko, of course, but it is also Japan. Ken is a relic, a leftover of another age, of another country.
Rumors have abounded that a longer 123-minute version was released in Japan. Warner Bros. library archivists have stated that they have no evidence that such cut exists, and the longest print in their inventory is 112 minutes. See more
Referenced in Kill Bill: Vol. 1
Only the Wind
Japanese Lyrics Yû Aku
(as Aku Yu)
Composed by Dave Grusin See more