is a familiar face to Asian cinema fans from his appearances in several Hong Kong movies: Somebody Up There Likes Me (1991), Tony Au's Au Revoir Mon Amour (1991), and John Woo
's Hard Boiled (1992). He also appeared in Ridley Scott
's Black Rain (1989, a gangster dram filmed in Japan. Kunimura has starred in a number of Japanese films, including the 1997 Cannes Prize winner Moe No Suzaku, Hideo Nakata
's Chaos (1999), Tomie: Forbidden Fruit (2002), and two films by the current Japanese enfant terrible Takeshi Miike, Audition (1999) and Ichii: The Killer (2001).
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
Jun Kunimura Facts
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