Gun Woman

Album: Gun Woman soundtrack (2014)
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  • The 2014 release Gun Woman is an action/adventure film the content of which is both too outrageous and depraved to detail here, suffice it to say it concerns a woman who is trained to become an assassin. Arguably its only redeeming feature is a decent soundtrack, including the theme song, which was written by Japanese-American composer Dean Harada. Running to 4 minutes 11 seconds it has vocals by the film's lead actress the mononymous Asami, with Claire Wadsworth. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England
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