Anyway, the next film on the list is Bunaku - In a world with no guns, a drifter (Josh Hartnett) a bartender (Woody Harrelson) and a young samurai (Gackt) plot revenge against a ruthless leader (Ron Pearlman) and his army of thugs, headed by nine diverse and deadly assassins. The film has a vibe of Sin City, House of Flying Daggers and a old western all rolled into one, which made for some stunning backdrops and amazing costumes - the men were dapper and the women oozing glamour, especially professional siren Demi Moore.
Costume designer, Donna Zakowska and Make-up designer, Lynda Armstrong, did an outstanding job of transforming the actors into their characters - I particularly loved the looks of the 'Killers' matching in their tailored red suits.
See the fab fashion of this movie in motion by checking out the trailer...
I quite liked the film, because it was wonderfully weird, just like me. Have any of you lovelies out there seen it, and if so what did you think?
What other films do you think excelled on the fashion/styling/wardrobe front?
By the way, thanks for all the kind comments on my Sugarlips post, with my first photographs taken outside, it has really helped with my confidence.