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Heaven's Door

This article is about the 2009 film. For the composition by Karlheinz Stockhausen, see Klang (Stockhausen)#Fourth Hour: Himmels-Tür.
Heaven's Door
Directed by Michael Arias
Screenplay by Mika Omori
Story by Thomas Jahn
Starring Tomoya Nagase
Mayuko Fukuda
Music by Plaid
Distributed by Aniplex
Miramax Films
Release date(s)
Running time 106 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Heaven's Door is a 2009 Japanese drama film starring Tomoya Nagase and Mayuko Fukuda. The film is a remake of the 1997 German criminal comedy Knockin' on Heaven's Door.

Story

28-year old Masato is diagnosed with a fatal disease and becomes hopelessly lost. One day, he meets 14-year-old Harumi at the hospital. Like him she only has limited time to live. They decide to take one last trip to the sea and steal a car, not knowing that it contains a gun and a great deal of money.

External links

  • (Japanese)
  • Internet Movie Database
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