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Hold Up Down

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Hold Up Down
Horudo appu daun
Promotional poster
Country Japan.jpg Japan
Directed by Sabu
Release Date 2005
Language Japanese
Studio IMJ Entertainment
Distributor Warner Mycal K.K (Japan, theatrical)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Choji Kimata Yoshihiko Inohara
Yutaka Sagawa Ken Miyake
Koichi Sawamura Junichi Okada
Yusuke Hoshino Hiroshi Nagano
Masami Kiba Masayuki Sakamoto
Masaru Hiramatsu Go Morita

Hold Up Down (Japanese title: ホールドアップダウン, Horudo appu daun) is a 2005 Japanese crime-comedy film starring the members of Japanese boy band V6. The film follows amateur robbers Choji Kimata (Yoshihiko Inohara) and Yutaka Sagawa (Ken Miyake) as they attempt to rob a bank on Christmas Eve. After their escape vehicle is towed, the two criminals rob street musician Koichi Sawamura (Junichi Okada) for his change to rent a locker to store their take in, only for Sawamura, two police officers and a bystander to go on a search for the two robbers.

The following weapons were used in the film Hold Up Down:


Smith & Wesson Model 629

Choji Kimata (Yoshihiko Inohara) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 629 as his preferred weapon throughout the film.

Smith & Wesson Model 629 with Hogue Grips - .44 Magnum
Kimata spins the revolver's cylinder before the robbery.
A disguised Kimata fires a warning shot with the revolver. The "44 MAGNUM" and Smith & Wesson branding is clearly visible.
Kimata aims the revolver at the bank's staff.
A close-up of the revolver's barrel.
Kimata continues to aim the revolver at the bank's hostages. The revolver's "SMITH & WESSON" branding is clearly visible on the barrel.
Kimata holds up the revolver.
Kimata imagines him and Sagawa apologizing to the bank and surrendering their take and weapons.
Kimata's 629 can be seen to the right of their bag.
Kimata aims his revolver at Hoshino and Kiba.

Colt King Cobra

Yutaka Sagawa (Ken Miyake)'s firearm of choice in the film is a Colt King Cobra.

Colt King Cobra - .357 Magnum
Sagawa points his King Cobra at a bank worker as he opens up the vault.
Sagawa continues to aim the revolver at the worker.
Sagawa surrenders his revolver to the bank in Kimata's imagination.
Sagawa's revolver can be seen to the left of their bag.
Sagawa aims his revolver at Sawamura.
In Sawamura's imagination, Sagawa vaults over the bank's counter as he holds the revolver.
Sagawa runs through the subway while holding the revolver.


Remington 1866 Derringer

Masami Kiba (Masayuki Sakamoto) uses a Remington 1866 Derringer rigged to a quick-draw mechanism.

Remington 1866 Derringer Type 3 stainless - .41 RF short
Kiba adjusts the gun in his sleeve.
"A gun from the sleeve, just like in Taxi Driver... cool, huh?"
Kiba shows the sleeve gun to Hiramatsu.
Kiba tests the quick-draw out.
Kiba quickdraws the derringer, only for it to fly off his sleeve.
The derringer accidentally discharges as it hits the ground.
The derringer on the ground.

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