A Homansu

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A Homansu
Directed by Yusaku Matsuda
Starring Yusaku Matsuda
Ryo Ishibashi
Yoko Aki
Cinematography Seizô Sengen
Release date
  • 1986 (1986) (Japan)
Running time
99 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

A Homansu (ア・ホーマンス) is a 1986 Japanese film. It stars Yusaku Matsuda, who also directed it after the planned director Yonosuke Koike dropped out due to differences with Matsuda. It is based on a manga by Carib Marley. The title of the film is a combination of the two words aho, meaning "fool", and "performance".


A homeless man suffering from memory loss is unbeatable in a fight. He becomes involved with the Yakuza.


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