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All Night Long
Directed by Katsuya Matsumura
Produced by Tetsuya Ikeda
Written by Katsuya Matsumura
Starring Ryōka Yuzuki
Music by Katsuhiko Akiyama
Tatsunori Iwanaga
Cinematography Satoshi Murakawa
Distributed by Kadokawa Pictures
Japan Shock
Tokyo Shock
Release date(s) November 14, 1992
Running time 90 min.
Country Japan
Language Japanese

All Night Long (オールナイトロング Ooru naito rongu ?) is a 1992 Japanese film directed by Katsuya Matsumura. It is the first in a series of six films. Matsumura won an award for best new director at the Yokohama Film Festival for this film.[1]

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Plot

Three teenager witness the brutal murder of a high school girl by an insane Salaryman. The teenagers find themselves united by this event and become friends. Later the teenagers hold a party to take their mind off things. Their party is crashed by a local gang of thugs and one teenager finds his newly-found girlfriend being raped. The teenagers deal with the thugs by using extreme violence.

Cast

  • Ryōka Yuzuki ... Girl at the train crossing
  • Eisuke Tsunoda ... Suzuki Kensuke
  • Ryôsuke Suzuki ... Saitô Shinji
  • Yôji Ietomi ... Tanaka Tetsuya
  • Hiromasa Taguchi ... Tamari
  • Third Nagashima ... Phantom Killer
  • Sachiko Wakayama ... Yoshiko
  • Yumi Goto ... Eri
  • Yumi Kayama ... Yôko
  • Ken'ichi Môri ... Delinquent Leader
  • Keiichi Mano
  • Tomoyuki Shimada
  • Makoto Ogawa
  • Tomorowo Taguchi ... Airline Manager
  • Rusher Kimura ... Industrial High School Teacher

Availability and Popularity

The film has been released on DVD in the Netherlands on the Japan Shock label. It has been released on DVD in the US by Tokyo Shock and in Japan on both VHS and DVD by Kadokawa Pictures (as Daiei Motion Picture Company). Prior to it receiving a DVD release with English subtitles it was heavily distributed on the Video Tape exchange circuit. The film gained a cult status amongst fans due to the films over-the-top violence and disturbing nature.

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