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    Coming May 9th from Kino Lorber Studio Classics

    Luc Besson’s KAMIZAKE (1986)

    • NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Eddy Von Mueller
    • Au coeur du cinéma: Interview with Director Didier Grousset (25:37) – In French with English Subtitles
    • Objectif Kamikaze: Documentary (34:04) – In French with English Subtitles
    • Theatrical Trailer (1:28) – In French with English Subtitles
    • In French with Optional English Subtitles

    Color 90 Minutes 2.35:1 Not Rated

    From co-writer/producer Luc Besson (La Femme Nikita, Léon: The Professional, The Fifth Element) comes the sharp and sumptuous sci-fi/comedy/thriller Kamikaze. Michel Galabru (Subway) is Albert. He’s old, bored, batty and unemployed…but brilliant with computers. Albert embarks on a mission to get rid of the people he hates most—the televised kind—and invents a way to kill TV announcers, on air, from the comfort of his own home. Police are baffled, but Richard Bohringer (The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover) as Inspector Romain Pascot dedicates himself to the chase. Also starring Dominique Lavanant (Roberto Benigni’s The Monster), the cult ’80s classic Kamikaze bursts with slick widescreen visuals by cinematographer Jean-François Robin (L’Amour Braque) and pulsing musical soundscapes by composer Éric Serra (GoldenEye), complementing the explosive satire on couch-potato culture.

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