Death Note
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Title: Death Note
Directed by: Adam Wingard
Written by: Charley Parlapanides; Vlas Parlapanides; Jeremy Slater
Produced by: Jonathan Eirich; Brendan Ferguson; Pauline Fischer; John Powers Middleton
Music by: Atticus Ross; Leopold Ross
Cinematography: David Tattersall
Edited by: Louis Cioffi
Distributed by: Netflix
Vertigo Entertainment
Released: August 25th, 2017
Rating: TV-MA
Running time: 101 min.
Country: USA
Language: English

Death Note is an American feature film of the supernatural thriller genre. It is based on the Manga series developed by Tsugumi Ôba. The film was directed by Adam Wingard with a screenplay written by Charles Parlapanides, Vlas Parlapanides, and Jeremy Slater. It was produced by Vertigo Entertainment and premiered on Netflix on August 25th, 2017.

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Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This movie is a remake of the 2006 film version of Death Note by Shusuke Kaneko. [1]
  • There are fifty-four credited cast members in this film.
  • At the end of the closing credit sequence, the laughter of the Ryuk can be heard.
  • Actor Alessandro Miro is credited as Al Miro in this film.

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. All; Death Note (2006); Synopsis by Jason Buchanan.
  2. IMDB; Death Note (2017); Filming locations.

Keywords[edit | edit source]

Cheerleader | Decapitation | Detective | Federal Bureau of Investigation | Knife | New York City Police Department | Newscaster | Police car | Police officer | Reporter | Seattle | Tank | Washington

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