Iron Maze

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Iron Maze updates the Akira Kurosawa Rashomon tale and works it into a story involving the Japanese corporate takeover of a Pennsylvania steel mill. When Junich Sugita Hiroaki Murakami, the son of a Japanese businessman, is found beaten to death in the steel mill just purchased by the father, the film examines four different points of view as Junich's murder is reconstructed. Barry Mikowski Jeff Fahey, a steelworker angered by the shutdown of the steel plant, immediately surrenders to local police-chief Jack ...
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Iron Maze updates the Akira Kurosawa Rashomon tale and works it into a story involving the Japanese corporate takeover of a Pennsylvania steel mill. When Junich Sugita Hiroaki Murakami, the son of a Japanese businessman, is found beaten to death in the steel mill just purchased by the father, the film examines four different points of view as Junich's murder is reconstructed. Barry Mikowski Jeff Fahey, a steelworker angered by the shutdown of the steel plant, immediately surrenders to local police-chief Jack Ruhle J.T. Walsh. Barry claims it was self-defense, because Junich attacked him when he found out he was having an affair with his wife Chris Bridget Fonda. But Chris has her own version of the murder, Junich and Chris's versions are later both heard, and finally a young boy, Mikey Gabriel Damon, appears with a story of his own that ties up all the loose ends.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/1/2005
  • UPC: 084296407668
  • Original Release: 1991
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  • Source: Allumination
  • Time: 1:42:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jeff Fahey Barry Mikowski
Bridget Fonda Chris Sugita
Hiroaki Murakami Junichi Sugita
J.T. Walsh Jack Ruhle
Gabriel Damon Mikey
Peter Allas Eddie
John Randolph Mayor Peluso
Maria Becoates-Bay Dispatcher
Dean E. Wells Bar Player
Carmen Filpi Charlie
Francis John Thornton Womack
Jeffrey J. Stephan Councilman
Mark Lowenthal Dr. Rathman
Goh Misawa Tanazaki
J. Michael Hunter Louis
Lenora Nemetz Margie
Steve Aronson Jo Jo
Zachary Mott Bud
Michael R. Aubele Ray
John Hall Bar Player
Alice Eisner Neddie
Don Wadsworth Hotel Manager
Douglas Pona Hotel Clerk
Rohn Thomas Doctor
Patricia Hicok Nurse
Lee Hayes Nurse
Saundra Mason Nurse
Craig Hosking Helicopter Pilot
David W. Butler Steelworker
Lamont Arnold Watkins
Lonzo Green Norman
Laverne M. Yorkgitis Waitress
Technical Credits
Hiroaki Yoshida Director, Original Story
Toby Corbett Production Designer
Susie de Santo Costumes/Costume Designer
Stephen Halbert Sound/Sound Designer
Ilona Herzberg Producer
Taiichi Inoue Associate Producer
Katsumi Kimura Co-producer
Bonnie Koehler Editor
Gary Kosko Art Director
Tim Metcalfe Screenwriter
Stanley Myers Score Composer
Oliver Stone Executive Producer
Edward R. Pressman Executive Producer
Morio Saequsa Cinematographer
Diana Stoughton Set Decoration/Design
Hidenori Taga Co-producer
Hidenori Ueki Producer
Janet Yang Associate Producer
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