Kenji (Hayate) loses contact with his sister Mayumi (Mana Sakura) who has gone to Los Angeles to study in hopes of becoming an actress. He feels anxious about her, and finally sets off to L.A. She has been caught by a shadowy group. They abduct people in the world to be used as sacrifice and their ritual is broadcast on an illegal expensive membership website run by a cult founder Vandenski. Kenji jumps into their hiding place to rescue his sister.
This is the latest film directed by Kurando Mitsutake, who attracted worldwide fans of genre films with “Samurai
Avenger: The Blind Wolf” and “Gun Woman”. The leading actor is Hayate, an action performer who made his screen debut in “Danger Dolls” directed by Shusuke Kaneko. Asami who played the lead in “Gun Woman”, Akihiro Kitamura who appeared in “The Human Centipede” Series, and others are costarred.
Cast & Staff
[Scriptwriter & Director] Kurando Mitsutake
[Executive Producer] Naoki Kubo
[Producer] Mitsuhiro Okazaki, Chiaki Yanagimoto
[Cinematographer] Toshiyuki Imai
[Music] Dean Harada
[Editor] Sam K. Yano
[Action Director] Keiya Tabuchi
Katarina Leigh Waters
Born in 1973. Currently lives in Los Angeles. Graduated from the Graduate School of Film and Video, California Institute of the Arts. Made his debut as a feature-length story film director with “Monsters” (2004). His third film “Gun Woman” (2013) (starring Asami), which was made after “Samurai Avenger: The Blind Wolf” (2008), received the Jury’s Special Award at the Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival. The film was distributed in a dozen countries in the world, including United States, Canada, Germany, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Australia, and South Korea.