Blues Harp (film)

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Blues Harp
Directed by Takashi Miike
Produced by Toshihiko Matsuo
Written by Screenplay: Toshihiko Matsuo, Toshiyuki Morioka
Music by Atsushi Okuno
Cinematography Hideo Yamamoto
Edited by Yasushi Shimamura
Release date
Running time
107 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Blues Harp is a 1998 Japanese yakuza film directed by Takashi Miike.

Plot summary[edit]

Ambitious yakuza Kenji befriends harmonica-playing bartender Chuji, who moonlights as a part-time drug-dealer for the opposing gang. Their friendship is threatened by Kenji's plans for advancement as well as by his bodyguards' growing jealousy of Chuji.


Other credits[edit]

  • Production Design: Akira Ishige
  • Assistant Director: Bunmei Katô
  • Sound Department: Yukiya Sato - sound

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