Tokyo Slaves

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Tokyo Slaves
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Film poster
Directed by Sakichi Satō
Written bySakichi Sato
Hidehiro Ito
Based on Doreiku
by Shinichi Okada
Starring Sayaka Akimoto
Kanata Hongō
Release date
  • 28 June 2014 (2014-06-28)
Running time
100 minutes
Box officeNT$940,000 (Taipei)

Tokyo Slaves (奴隷区 僕と23人の奴隷, Doreiku Boku to 23nin no Dorei) is a 2014 Japanese suspense thriller film directed by Sakichi Satō and starring Sayaka Akimoto and Kanata Hongō, based on the manga Doreiku by Shinichi Okada. It was released on 28 June 2014. [1] [2]




The film has grossed NT$940,000 in Taipei, Taiwan. [2]

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