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A traumatized young woman is trying to recover her memories with the help of a psychiatrist. During her hypnosis sessions, she repeats the name "Tomie" but is unable to recall where she knows it from. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I saw this movie in FYE and it kinda grabbed me. At the time I was really getting into Japanese horror, so the fact I knew nothing about it didn't stop me as that's what it was. So I bought it and immediately watched it when I got home. And I ended being very pleased. You see this isn't your average Japanese horror movie. This isn't about a dead girl coming back with her long black hair covering her face to appear creepy. Nope, this one's about the girl who will never die! Now granted it was a little slow, and after reading the manga it doesn't really seem to follow the story very well. But I still enjoyed it, as it did have a good story, and a few good murders as well. The reason I only give it an 8 is because, well, I think most of the sequels are better.
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