This is the third Mike Hama film and I am surprised that I watched this one--I was a bit disappointed by the other two. But, somehow I forgot to delete these one from my Netflix queue, so I decided why not see the final film in this strange series.
This one starts off a lot less comically than the previous films. Instead of Mike's life being a total mess, he's in love and quite happy. He doesn't mind that his girlfriend is a mute--she's otherwise very sweet. Though, as his friends point out, this nice Christian lady is too good for Mike and it cannot last.
At the same times, there have been a series of really weird murders in town. All feature the same m.o.--ladies with similar make-up and the same perfume are found dead--apparently injected with some poison. Some weirdo in a trench coat and mask is apparently being these killings--for, apparently, some brain damaged guy who is semi-comatose. Sounds weird, eh? Well, it certainly is. And it only got weirder after that--not at all a comedy and really not exactly a detective film--more like a horror film with surreal elements. I thought it was all pretty nasty and difficult to like. Well, that's what I get for watching all three Hama films.
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