"Heaven's Burning" tells the story of a man and a woman who are inexplicably thrown together, amid violence and chaos. They quickly find themselves on the run from many adversaries, but find time to fall in love along the way.
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Arguably, the most enigmatic character in the movie is Yukio, the abandoned husband of Midori (Youki Kudoh), played by celebrated Japanese actor Kenji Isomura. To say that Yukio undergoes a radical transformation is an understatement. From a successful businessman enjoying a honeymoon with his beautiful young bride, he suddenly finds himself an object of ridicule, a woeful state for a proud man. Overwhelmed by his loss, Yukio decides to pursue Midori and seek revenge, calmly dispatching anyone who gets in his way. In any relationship an equilibrium needs to be maintained. Within Yukio and Midori's marriage there is none, and that, essentially, is their tragedy. Producer Helen Leake explained: "Yukio did not marry Midori for love, but as part of the social edifice he is constructing for himself. His world collapses when she leaves him and he has lost everything". See more
During the initial bank robbery scene, there is a distinct lack of pedestrians on the streets for scene supposedly shot during bank opening hours. See more
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Written by Billy Page
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