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Isola: Tajuu jinkaku shôjo (2000)

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When a woman, able to read the thoughts of others, comes to help survivors of the 1995 Kobe earthquake, she encounters a girl with Multiple Personality Disorder whose dangerous 13th ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Yoshino Kimura ...
Yukari Kamo / the psychic
Yû Kurosawa ...
Chihiro Moritani / Isola / et al. (as Yuu Kurosawa)
Ken Ishiguro ...
Dr. Kazuhiko Manabe
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Yayoi Takano
Satomi Tezuka ...
Hiroko Nomura
Susumu Terajima ...
Katsumi Maezono
Kazuhiro Yamaji ...
Tatsurô Moritani
Hideo Murota ...
Old victim of the Great Hanshin Earthquake
Shirô Shimomoto
Yôzaburô Itô
Yuriko Hiro'oka
Hôka Kinoshita
Kiriko Shimizu
Tetsu Sakuma
Yôko Chôsokabe ...
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When a woman, able to read the thoughts of others, comes to help survivors of the 1995 Kobe earthquake, she encounters a girl with Multiple Personality Disorder whose dangerous 13th personality, Isola, must be stopped. Written by Leo Urbina

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Unpleasant ISOLA-tion
1 May 2004 | by See all my reviews



It is the final lost episode of NIGHT GALLERY and Rod Serling made it in Japan -- OK, not really.

Made in Japan, ISOLA has two attractive actresses and some (unnecessary) teen nudity, but sadly nothing can bring this movie exploring death to life.

Dark... in more ways than one. Most of ISOLA is shot at night using the hand-held shaky camera technic. In other words, it is difficult to see what is happening! Even the daytime shots are grey and murky.

ISOLA is slow and boring (just as I found THE 6TH SENSE and DONNIE DARKO to be). The subtitles are just OK... "There is know way to find her..." etc.

Interestingly, ISOLA has a scene where an elderly Japanese man shares shame for surrendering and not being killed with his men during WWII. The exact same thing occurs in 1998's WANDAFURU RAIFU (AFTERLIFE) also made in Japan http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0165078/ . It seems modern Japanese movie makers still feel angst about being defeated nearly 60 years ago.


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