Pulse (2001)

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Pulse (Kairo)
Kairo Japanese film poster.jpg
Film Poster
Country Japan.jpg Japan
Directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa
Release Date 2001
Language Japanese
Studio Daieu Eiga
Distributor Toho Company
Main Cast
Character Actor
Michi Kudo Kumiko Aso
Ryosuke Kawashima Haruhiko Kato
Harue Karasawa Koyuki Kato
Junko Sasano Kurume Arisaka
Toshio Yabe Masatoshi Matsuo
Yoshizaki Shinji Takeda
Michi's mother Jun Fubuki
Boss Shun Sugata
Ship Captain Koji Yakusho
Employee Show Aikawa


Pulse (回路; Kairo) is a low-budget, but cult Japanese horror film directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa. While the film is little-known outside of Japan, it was remade in the United States in 2006.


The following weapons were used in the film Pulse:

Contents


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Glock 17

A man on video uses a Glock 17 to shoot himself. Later, Harue Karasawa (Koyuki Kato) uses a Glock 17 to commit suicide as well.

2nd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm. This model added finger stepping and cuts to the backstrap of the frame to make it easier to hold than the Generation 1 model.
The man shoots himself.
Harue (masked) holds the Glock.
Harue (now unmasked) holds her Glock.
Harue puts her Glock on the table.
She then grabs the Glock. The front sight can be seen.
Harue puts the pistol to her chin.
Harue fires. Note the pistol cycling.
Note the empty casing (circled in red).
The muzzle flash is partially obscured by the gun smoke.

See Also

Pulse
Original Japanese movie Pulse
American remake and it's sequels Pulse  •  Pulse 2: Afterlife  •  Pulse 3: Invasion


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