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"Hana-bi" a.k.a. "Fireworks": Hana-bi, released in the US as Fireworks, is a 1997 Japanese film written, directed and edited by, and starring Japanese filmmaker Takeshi Kitano. The film's score was composed by renowned Japanese composer Joe Hisaishi. This was their fourth collaboration. Hana-bi is the Japanese word for "fireworks".


  1. "Hana-Bi" is the soundtrack album of the 1997 film.
    • also known as Hana-Bi Soundtrack
    • artist: Joe Hisaishi
    • released on (17 years ago)
  2. "HANA-BI" is a composition.

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Google preview1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die, 6th edition

by Stephen Jay Schneider

Takeshi Kitano, 1997 Hana-Bi is a long way from Takeshi Kitano's police drama directorial debut, Violent Cop (1989). Kitano, simultaneously channelling JeanPierre Melville and Buster Keaton, plays Nishi, a cop who left the force after an ...

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