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A Janitor

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A Janitor
Aru youmuin
Theatrical release poster
Country Japan.jpg Japan
Directed by Yugo Sakamoto
Release Date 2021
Language Japanese
Studio Rakueisha Co.
Rights Cube
Starry Cube
T-Rex Film
Toyo Recording
Distributor Kiguu (Japan, theatrical)
Well Go USA Entertainment (USA)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Akira Fukami Seiji Fukushi
Yui Majima Haruka Imou
Yoshiki Majima Kazuhiro Yamaji
Yusuke Honda Tomoya Maeno
Nishimori Hannya

A Janitor (Japanese title: ある用務員, Aru youmuin) is a 2021 Japanese action-drama film. The film stars Seiji Fukushi as Akira Fukami, the son of a former gangster and a high school janitor who was adopted by and works for yakuza leader Yoshiki Majima (Kazuhiro Yamaji). When Yoshiki is murdered by a rival family, his daughter Yui becomes the family's next target. The film follows Fukami as he goes undercover at Yui's high school in order to protect her and take out the family's nine assassins. The film also notably features characters Rika (Akari Takaishi) and Shiho (Saori Izawa), the two of whom director Yugo Sakamoto considers precursors to the main characters of his next film.

The following weapons were used in the film A Janitor:



Beretta 92FS

The Beretta 92FS is used by multiple characters throughout the movie, most prominently by Akira Fukami (Seiji Fukushi) throughout the second half of the movie.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Yoshiki Majima (Kazuhiro Yamaji) aims a 92FS at Akira.
The 92FS on Yoshiki's table.
Akira aiming the pistol at Yoshiki.
Minami (Kenta Osaka) taking out a 92 from a bag.
Minami aims the 92 at a couple in a washroom cubicle.
Minami enters a room while holding the 92.
Akira holding the pistol after shooting Inaoka.
Akira loads a new magazine into the pistol.
Akira aims the 92 through a bookshelf in the school library.
Promotional image of Seiji Fukushi with the 92.

Glock 17

The Glock 17 is the pistol of choice of Rika (Akari Takaishi) and Shiho (Saori Izawa).

3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
Shiho (Saori Izawa) racks the slide of Rika's Glock.
Shiho releases the slide of Rika (Akari Takaishi)'s Glock for her.
Rika aiming her Glock.
Shiho enters the school's library while aiming the Glock.
Shiho firing the Glock.
Shiho ambushes Akira and Yui with her Glock.
Akira holds Shiho's empty Glock after disarming her.
Akira places the empty Glock on a desk.
Promotional image of Akari Takaishi aiming the Glock.
Promotional image of Saori Izawa with the Glock.


Smith and Wesson Model 19

The Smith and Wesson Model 19 is used by multiple characters throughout the movie, including Akira (Seiji Fukushi), Yusuke (Tomoya Maeno), Suzuki (Yutaka Shimizu) and Murano (Wataru Ichinose).

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum - .357 Magnum
Akira aims the revolver at Inaoka.
Murano (Wataru Ichinose) aiming the revolver.
Murano holding the revolver.
Yusuke Honda (Tomoya Maeno) takes out his revolver in front of Nishimori's men.
Yusuke shoots Mr. Gen with the revolver.
Promotional image of Seiji Fukushi with the revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 snubnose - .357 Magnum
Suzuki (Yutaka Shimizu) aims his revolver at Nishimori.
Nishimori dares Suzuki to shoot him.

Smith and Wesson Model 36

The Smith and Wesson Model 36 is the primary sidearm of Inaoka (Takashi Kitadai). The revolver is later taken by Akira.

Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
Inaoka (Takashi Kitadai) aims his M36 in a confrontation with Akira.
Another shot of the above scene.
Yusuke gives Inaoka an M36.
Inaoka holding the revolver.
Inaoka aims the revolver at Akira.
Akira fires Inaoka's revolver at Yusuke.
Akira leaves the revolver with Yui.
Yui gives it back to him.


Heckler & Koch G3A3

A Heckler & Koch G3A3 equipped with a G3SG/1 scope is used by Mr. Gen (Tetsu Watanabe).

Heckler & Koch G3A3 with slimline handguard - 7.62x51mm NATO
Mr. Gen aiming the rifle at Akira and Yui's position after firing at them.
Mr. Gen looks up from the rifle's scope. This is the only close-up of the rifle in the movie.
Mr. Gen relaxes his shoulder as he comments on the rifle's "irresistible" kick. The aforementioned line references the 7.62x51mm NATO round's infamously strong recoil, especially when fired at full-auto or even in short bursts, such as how Mr. Gen fires the rifle in the film.
Publicity image of Tetsu Watanabe with the rifle. The rifle is fully visible in this image.

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