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Party 7 (2000)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 4 November 2000 (USA)
Seven characters, introduced at the start of the film, get thrown together into the same hotel room: a thief who's stolen a suitcase of money from the mob, his ex-girlfriend, her obsessive ... See full summary »

Director:

Katsuhito Ishii

Writer:

Katsuhito Ishii
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Cast

Credited cast:
Masatoshi Nagase ... Shunichirô Miki
Keisuke Horibe ... Shingo Sonoda
Yoshinori Okada ... Todohei Todohira
Akemi Kobayashi Akemi Kobayashi ... Kana Mitsukoshi
Tadanobu Asano ... Okita Souji
Yoshio Harada ... Captain Banana
Tatsuya Gashûin ... Wakagashi (Chû Isomura)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ryô Kase ... Mini-market employee
Yoneko Matsukane ... Travel Agent
Yoshiyuki Morishita ... Baldie
Nobuto Okamoto Nobuto Okamoto ... Ryûjirô Okita
Ren Osugi ... Doctor (as Ren Ôsugi)
Rumi Rumi ... Nurse
Yôhachi Shimada Yôhachi Shimada ... Boss Dezaki
Seiji Tanaka Seiji Tanaka ... Teacher
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Seven characters, introduced at the start of the film, get thrown together into the same hotel room: a thief who's stolen a suitcase of money from the mob, his ex-girlfriend, her obsessive boyfriend, the mob soldier sent to retrieve the briefcase, another mobster sent to kill them, master voyeur Captain Banana and his new apprentice, The Mister Yellow. Who will end up with the money? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Crazy Credits

Hyper-kinetic animated credits by Takeshi Koike introduce the colorful main characters. See more »

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References Hotel Room (1993) See more »

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Fun hi-jinks
3 August 2005 | by InzyWimzySee all my reviews

Party up @ Hotel Mexico for a mixer of mayhem, tangential dialogue, and bizarre circumstances starting right from the courtesy desk!

Socially maladjusted Okita, played to an eccentric point by the wonderfully gifted Tadanobu Asano, shows us fits of joy, sadness, and paranoia. Asano playing Okita, no matter how odd he is, successfully brings out his human factor. Also, there are unwanted guests, lies uncovered, shady bellhops, windows peered, stylized camera shots, a wacky hotel staff, and a very costumed eccentrics I've ever seen. Party 7 makes you laugh and in an unconventional way. If you like a variety in your film buffet, come down to Hotel New Mexico. Kana (AkEMI-KuN!) makes it all worthwhile!


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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

4 November 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

PARTY7 See more »

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