Loved Gun is a story about a hitman named Hayamada who carries a distinctive red gun. As the film progresses we discover the reason for his work, and how he came to be alone. His aim right now is to reach a desitination, but he’s late.
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the plot is a pile of cliché dialogues and situations blent together in reference to that 60s-70s stylization à la Tokyo Drifter. But has plot ever been important in film history? Direction and acting are great and I am grateful movies like this one exist