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a5c7b9f00b When an escort girl is found dead in the offices of a Japanese company in Los Angeles, detectives Web Smith and John Connor act as liaison between the company's executives and the investigating cop Tom Graham.
At the offices of a Japanese corporation, during a party, a woman, who's evidently a professional mistress, is found dead, apparently after some rough sex. A police detective, Web Smith is called in to investigate but before getting there, he gets a call from someone who instructs him to pick up John Connor, a former police Captain and expert on Japanese affairs. When they arrive there Web thinks that everything is obvious but Connor tells him that there's a lot more going on.
I&#39;m choosing not to rate this flick, in part because I walked out after about 10 minutes. I think it&#39;s only fair.<br/><br/>I went with my (then) wife to a movie theater to see it. The first 10 minutes were a cavalcade of cleverly deployed scenario work and imagery designed to make you hate/resent the Japanese, as a race.<br/><br/>I&#39;m reminded of a bit near the end of Mark Alan Stamaty&#39;s original &quot;Washingtoons&quot; book, where Senator Bob Forehead is talking with his wife, Ginger. He&#39;s by now completely immersed in and in thrall to Beltway-think, and he&#39;s haranguing Ginger about how he has to work so hard to stay abreast with the emotional-response demands of his job. He tells her that the Washington ideological collective hive-mind is constantly shifting... &quot;For example: Do you hate Japan, yet?&quot; he says. Ginger says, &quot;No.&quot; &quot;Damn it, woman! How do you expect to survive here if you can&#39;t keep up?!?!?!&quot;<br/><br/>From time to time, it really does appear that Hollywood plies its wares to serve zeitgeist production needs emanating from Washington. For example, I consider Top Gun to have been a flick that sought to normalize the view that having the most rarefied, highest-tech death machines is (for America) as natural and emotionally salubrious as a roll in the hay.<br/><br/>The thing about Rising Sun is its almost artless obviousness: At least Top Gun wove a kind of myth--you could still see the propagandistic marionette strings, but if you closed your eyes and shook your head a couple of times and they&#39;d obligingly disappear. The opening 10 minutes of Rising Sun is an almost textbook opportunity to study how the buttons get pushed to drive home an ideological message: &quot;It&#39;s now time to hate the Japanese.&quot;<br/><br/>I wanted none of this, so I walked out.<br/><br/>&gt;&gt;&gt; side note: I didn&#39;t realize it at the time, but my (now ex-)wife had implanted fears which could be triggered by filmed sexuality. She willingly joined me as I made for the door, but for a different reason; because the Jap-john/Anglo-hooker scene was heating up, and it was making her queasy. She didn&#39;t see any of the stuff I talk about, above. &lt;&lt;&lt;
This adaptation of Crichton&#39;s novel of the same name is flawed, specially in some key casting (Snipes is wrong for the part) and tone choices (the main relationship is badly portrayed, some characters enter and leave without regard and the action scenes seem very off).<br/><br/>However, it makes the grade into the above-average category of high-tech thrillers for the excellent Sir Connery performance and the adherence, in about 80%, to the gripping and quite scary, economically speaking, original

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