Blue Tiger (film)

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Blue Tiger
Directed by Norberto Barba
Produced by Aki Komine
Written by Takashi Shimizu
Joel Soisson
Starring Virginia Madsen
Ryo Ishibashi
Yuji Okumoto
Music by David C. Williams
Cinematography Christopher Walling
Edited by Caroline Ross
Release date
April 3, 1994 (Japan)
Running time
88 minutes
Country United States
Language English[citation needed]

Blue Tiger is a 1994 action thriller film directed by Norberto Barba.


Gina is a sweet and dedicated mother to her little son. One day, while shopping with him for a Halloween mask, her son is accidentally shot through the chest by a Japanese gunman who is trying to kill an opposing gang of bus operators. Gina notices that the gunman has a picture of a blue tiger tattooed on his chest. She becomes obsessed with vengeance and has an identical red tiger etched into her skin. She then tracks down the killer and plots his death. This leads her into the world of the Japanese Mafia, where she uses her sexual allure and newfound knowledge of the Japanese language to search the tattooed men for the same blue tiger bearer that killed her son.


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