Electric Dragon 80.000 V

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Electric Dragon 80.000 V
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Directed by Sogo Ishii
Produced by Takenori Sento
Written by Sogo Ishii
Starring Tadanobu Asano, Masakatsu Funaki, Masatoshi Nagase
Music by Hiroyuki Onogawa, MACH-1.67
Cinematography Norimichi Kasamatsu
Edited by Shuichi Kakesu
Distributed by Discotek Media
Unearthed Films
Release date(s) 2001
Running time 55 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Electric Dragon 80.000 V is a 2001 Japanese film written and directed by Sogo Ishii. The comic-book style story stars Tadanobu Asano and Masatoshi Nagase as electricity wielding super-heroes.

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When a child, Dragon Eye Morrison undergoes electro-shock treatment for his aggressive behavior. The levels of sheer energy absorbed by his body over the years allows him to channel and conduct electricity. Now an adult, Morrison works in the city as a reptile investigator. Meanwhile, Thunderbolt Buddha, a TV repair man turned vigilante, who has the same electro-conductive powers after a childhood accident, goes after crime bosses and gangsters. When both men learn of each other's existence, Thunderbolt Buddha challenges Morrison to a final showdown on the rooftops of Tokyo.

Soundtrack[edit]

Sogo Ishii's industrial noise-punk outfit MACH-1.67 provided the film's propulsive music. The film would subsequently be used as a visual backdrop during the band's live performances.[1]

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