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Into the sun

Mink (director), Steven Seagal (actor)
Een ex-CIA agent raakt in Japan betrokken bij een bendeoorlog
Title
Into the sun
Director
Mink
Actor
Steven Seagal
Language
English
Publisher
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2005
1 dvd-video
Recording date
2005
Playing time
93 min.
Note
Taalkeuze: Engels, Frans, Pools, Spaans Ondertiteling: Nederlands, Engles, Frans e.a.
EAN
8712609964301

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Reviews

Een actiethriller uit 2005 met in de hoofdrol Steven Seagal, een bekende acteur in dit genre en specialist in Oosterse vechtsporten (The patriot, Hard to kill, Out of reach). Seagal speelt ex-CIA agent Hunter, die is opgegroeid in Japan en opgeleid door een oud-lid van de Yakuza. Tussen verschillende bendes in Japan woedt een oorlog, die vooral gaat om de drugshandel. Hunter krijgt de opdracht te infiltreren in een van de bendes. Vince Leo (Qwipster's Movie Reviews) schrijft: '(...) With all of the decent qualities, this is still not quite up to the stuff that merits a recommendation for anyone who isn't a die-hard Seagal nut. Although it is violent, and quite bloody (with an especially overzealous sound department who seem to relish the fluid noises of gushing blood), it is still not all that exciting. Into the Sun may be a decent flick for Seagal, but it is still a long way from gaining him mainstream acceptance.' De dvd bevat geen extra's.

About Mink

Mink are dark-colored, semiaquatic, carnivorous mammals of the genera Neogale and Mustela and part of the family Mustelidae, which also includes weasels, otters, and ferrets. There are two extant species referred to as "mink": the American mink and the European mink. The extinct sea mink is related to the American mink but was much larger.

The American mink's fur has been highly prized for use in clothing. Their treatment on fur farms has been a focus of animal rights and animal welfare activism. American mink have established populations in Europe (including Great Britain and Denmark) and South America. Some people believe this happened after the animals were released from mink farms by animal rights activists, or otherwise escaping from captivity. In the UK, under the Wildlife & Countryside Act 1981, it is illegal to release mink into the wild. In some countries, any live mink caught in …Read more on Wikipedia