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Rising Sun

Rising Sun ★★★ 1993 (R)

When a prostitute is found murdered in the boardroom of a powerful Japanese-owned corporation, seasoned cop (and Japanese expert) Connery and new partner Snipes are sent to investigate. Complicated yarn about business, prejudice, cops, and the differences between east and west. Filmed with stylized camera techniques, quick action, and good rapport between the two leads. Based on the book by Crichton, which offered ominous theories about international politics and business. These aspects had the film labeled as Japan-bashing, one of the reasons the script was rewritten to focus more on the murder mystery. 129m/C VHS, DVD . Dan E. Butler, Stan Shaw, Steve Buscemi, Peter Crombie, Alexandra Powers, Daniel von Bargen, Amy Hill, Clyde Kusatsu, Sean Connery, Wesley Snipes, Tia Carrere, Harvey Keitel, Kevin Anderson, Stan(ford) Egi, Mako, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Ray Wise, Tatjana Patitz, Michael Chapman; D: Philip Kaufman; W: Michael Backes, Michael Crichton, Philip Kaufman; C: Michael Chapman; M: Toru Takemitsu.

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