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A former juvenile delinquent is determined his little brother will not follow the same path in life in this independent drama. Suggzy Sugimoto spent the earliest part of his childhood at California's Manzanar internment camp during World War II, and while the war eventual ended, Sugary found no easy path to slip back into conventional society. As a teenager, Suggzy fell in with an Asian youth gang after his parents were killed as he and his younger brother Marco looked on. Sugary spends twenty-five years in prison after shooting the men who took his parents lives; upon his release, Suggzy discovers Marco has taken up the same life of crime he left behind in prison, only with less cause and greater danger. Can Suggzy save Marco from the streets before he winds up dead or in jail? Also known as Savage Boys, Buddha Heads was the first feature for director Brian Maeda, and features Calvin Jung and Eddie Mui. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

  • Release date:August 9, 2002

Cast

Eddie Mui
as Marco Sugimoto
Calvin Jung
as Suggzy Sugimoto
Helen Ota
as Helen Yoshida
Kipp Shiotani
as Slim Jim Chong/Art Tanaka
Paul Hughes
as Irish Mike
Art Lai
as Wallace Chin
Ken Narasaki
as Shig Yoshida
Louise Mita
as June Endo

Crew

Brian T. Maeda
Director
Brian T. Maeda
Producer
Brian T. Maeda
Screenwriter
Dennis Matsuda
Cinematographer
Terry Plumeri
Composer (Music Score)
Henry Te
Editor
B. Vasques
Costume Designer
Frank Pinnock
First Assistant Director
Jeremy Hoenack
Supervising Sound Editor
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