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Scrap Heaven

Scrap Heaven

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Pharmacist Saki (Chiaki Kuriyama, Kill Bill), timid policeman Shingo (Ryo Case, Letters from Iwo Jima) and toilet-cleaner Tetsu (Jo Odagiri, Azumi) find their lives turned upside down when their bus is hijacked by a crazed businessman. When the ride turns violent, the three strangers are forever linked by the incident. Months later, Tetsu talks Shingo into collaborating on a most unique business venture: revenge-for-hire. Anyone with a problem can come to them and they'll take appropriate, vengeful measures. Meanwhile, Saki, disillusioned and increasingly anti-social, also wishes to take out her own revenge on society. Director Lee Sang-Il follows up his critically acclaimed "69" with this quirky, stylish, angst-filled ode to disaffected youth.

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    Title: Scrap Heaven
    Genre: Drama, Foreign
    Starring: Akira Emoto, Jô Odagiri, Ryo Kase, Ken Mitsuishi, Chiaki Kuriyama
    Director: Lee Sang-Il
    Attributes: Subtitled
    Release Date: 10/23/2007
    Original Year: 2005
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: UNR
    Catalog #: 712
    UPC: 631595071283
    Item #: MBI007128

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 10/23/2007
    Run Time: 117 minutes
    Studio: Tokyo Shock