"An African American mafia hit man who models himself after the samurai of old finds himself targeted for death by the mob. He lives alone, in simplicity with homing pigeons for company, calling himself Ghost Dog. When the boss' daughter witnesses one of Ghost Dog's hits, he becomes expendable. Can he stay true to his code? And if he does, what is his fate?"
What I like about this movie:
Surreal in ways, almost comically at time but with a deadly seriousness about it. It's as if the movie itself is being presented in the way the character Ghost Dog would imagine the story being shown.