It looks like a thriller, but this sneakily romantic film slyly subverts itself: The gunman terrorizing Tokyo's Shinjuku neighborhood never kills anyone, and the detective charged with finding him is out-sleuthed by his pouty, pampered younger sister. The Tokyo police are baffled by the crime spree of "Four Eyes," a slight, androgynous youth in Coke-bottle specs who's been roaming the streets with a gun, apparently selecting his victims at random. The odd thing is, though he confronts his targets at point blank range he hasn't actually killed anyone. In fact, he hasn't even hit
anyone. But it's only a matter of time before he does, and a young detective named ...