Director Yusaku Matsuda
Running time 1h 39m
|Release date 1986 (1986) (Japan)|
Writer Shoichi Maruyama, Yusaku Matsuda, Garon Tsuchiya (comic)
Nominations Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction
Cast Yusaku Matsuda, Ryo Ishibashi, Yoko Aki
Similar movies Yokohama BJ Blues (1981)
A Homansu (ア・ホーマンス) is a 1986 Japanese film. It stars Yusaku Matsuda, who also directed it after the planned director Yonosuke Koike dropped out due to differences with Matsuda. It is based on a manga by Carib Marley. The title of the film is a combination of the two words aho, meaning "fool", and "performance".
A homeless man suffering from memory loss is unbeatable in a fight. He becomes involved with the Yakuza.
ReferencesA Homansu Wikipedia
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Similar TopicsRyo IshibashiYoko AkiYusaku Matsuda