Production info

Lupin III
ルパン三世
Japan, 2014

Shun Oguri, Tadanobu Asano, Meisa Kuroki
Directed by Ryuhei Kitamura

  

Interpol Inspector Zenigata begins a world-wide hunt for the infamous thief Arsene Lupin III, a member of the Hong Kong-based thieving ring which specializes in stealing valuable objects from wealthy owners. The most valuable item in their possession is the Crimson Heart of Cleopatra, a necklace commissioned by Mark Antony to symbolize his love for the Queen of the Nile. However, a ruby of Cleopatra's intended to complete the necklace has not yet been recovered. When a trio of thugs steal the necklace, Lupin and his colleagues join forces to recover it.

Japanese action film based on the manga of the same name by Monkey Punch.


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