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The fast and the furious. Tokyo drift [videorecording] / Universal Pictures presents in association with Relativity Media, a Neal H. Moritz production
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Adult Blu-ray-Feature Film BLU-RAY F ACTION/ADVENTURE DUE 04-03-15

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Imprint
Universal City, CA : Universal Studios Home Entertainment, [2009]
Edition
[Blu-ray version ; widescreen version.]
Descript
1 videodisc (105 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
System Det
Blu-ray disc; Dolby DTS-HD Master 5.1 surround, Dolby DTS 5.1 surround ;1080p High Definition ; requires blu-ray player.
Note
Includes English, dubbed French, and dubbed Spanish language soundtracks, with optional subtitles in English SDH, French, or Spanish.
Title from container.
Originally released as a motion picture in 2006.
Special features: Making of the Fast franchise with a sneak peek of the new Fast & furious; "Drift: a sideways craze" featurette; "Custome-made drifter" featurette; Picture-in-Picture; feature commentary with director Justin Lin; deleted scenes; "Drifting school" featurette; D-Box motion enabled; Blu-ray exclusive: U-Control: Storyboards: explore original storyboards and see how the filmmakers took every pulse-pounding, gravity-defying action sequence from concept to film; GPS: track the action with real-time GPS mapping during the film's intense climactice race through the gridlocked streets of Tokyo; Tech specs: check the stats on all the hot rides in action, then clock the insurance damages as rival racers smash the competition; BD-Live: collect your own movie clips with My Scenes, then send through an Internet-connected player, plus download the latest trailers and more.
Cast
Lucas Black, Bow Wow.
Credits
Producer, Neal H. Moritz ; writer, Chris Morgan ; director, Justin Lin ; director of photography, Stephen F. Windon ; editors, Fred Raskin, Kelly Matsumoto ; music, Brian Tyler.
Audience
MPAA rating: PG-13; for street racing, violence, language and some sensuality.
Summary
After totaling his car in an illegal street race, Shaun Boswell is sent to Tokyo, Japan, to live with his father, who is in the military. By doing so, he avoids going to juvy or even jail. While in school, he befriends Twinkie, a 'military brat.' Twinkie introduces him to the world of racing in Japan. Though forbidden to drive, he decides to race against D.K. (aka 'Drift King'), who has ties to the Yakuza. Shaun loses, totaling the car because of his lack of knowledge of drifting. Drifting is a style of racing that involves dangerous hair pin turns. To repay his debt, he enters the underground world of drift street racing. As he becomes better and better, he must finally prove his worth in that world by once again racing D.K.
Local Note
MW, 6-11; 6-13(rpl0
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Tokyo drift
Fast and the furious. 3
ISBN/ISSN
025195055383 set
025195055567
Music #
61106511 Universal Studios Home Entertainment
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