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Gun Woman

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Director  Kurando Mitsutake
Writer  Kurando Mitsutake
Music director  Dean Harada
Country  Japan
4.5/10 IMDb

5.3/10 Letterboxd

Genre  Action, Thriller
Initial DVD release  July 23, 2014 (Norway)
Duration  
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Release date  July 19, 2014 (2014-07-19)
Cast  Asami (Mayumi / Gun Woman), Kairi Narita (Mastermind), Noriaki Kamata (Hamazaki's Son (as Noriaki R. Kamata)), Matthew Floyd Miller (Assassin (as Matthew Miller)), Dean Simone (Driver (as Dean F. Simone))
Similar movies  Asami Sugiura appears in Gun Woman and The Machine Girl
Tagline  Kill the target before you bleed to death!

Gun Woman (女体銃 ガン・ウーマン, Nyotaiju Gan Ūman) is a 2014 Japanese erotic action film directed by Kurando Mitsutake and starring Asami Sugiura. It was released in Japan on July 19, 2014. The majority of the film was filmed in English, with some scenes in Japanese.

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Plot

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Two assassins cross the desert to reach their evacuation point. During their journey ne recounts the tale of a man known as Mastermind. The man turned a junkie prostitute into a lethal killing machine.

Cast

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  • Asami Sugiura
  • Kairi Narita
  • Matthew Floyd Miller
  • Noriaki Kamata
  • Reception

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    On Midnight Eye, Tom Mes included the film among the best Japanese films of the year and said it "offers thrills aplenty and features an absolutely electrifying physical performance from cult actress Asami."

    At the 2014 Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival, the film won the Special Jury Prize.

    References

    Gun Woman Wikipedia
    Gun Woman IMDbGun Woman Rotten TomatoesGun Woman LetterboxdGun Woman themoviedb.org


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