Crying Freeman – Der Sohn des Drachen (1995)

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Crying Freeman – Der Sohn des Drachen: Directed by Christophe Gans. With Julie Condra, Kevan Ohtsji, Mark Dacascos, Debbie Podowski. A woman sees an assassin outside San Francisco killing yakuza men and later in Vancouver. She’s been told that he leaves no witness. Will she be his next victim or…?

“As a Korean, I am very surprised to see how well foreigners understand the special culture of Chinese and Japan.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003e The idea that some Buddhists established an legendary organization and trained a legendary assassin called u0026quot;freemanu0026quot; and whenever China was in trouble, the organization helped to avoid or overcome the trouble situations. so it was given respect by Chinese is to come from the traditional chivalry story of China. in fact, the movie u0026quot;First of Legendu0026quot; acted by u0026quot;Jet liu0026quot; has the same context with this. u0026quot;Crying Freemanu0026quot; also reflects the culture of Yakuza Organization in Japan well. for example, Yakuzas like to have a dragon tattooed upon their bodies and if the boss died, the successor married the bossu0026#39; wife. and so on.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003e I felt as if I was seeing the movie produced by Chinese or Japanese. and I could enjoy it even more interestingly than other foreign movies.”


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