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Boogiepop wa Warawanai: Boogiepop and Others (2000)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Sayaka Yoshino ...
Tôka Miyashita / Boogiepop
Maya Kurosu ...
Nagi Kirima
Daijiro Kawaoka ...
Keiji Takeda
Ayana Sakai ...
Minako Yurihara / Manticore
Asumi Miwa ...
Naoko Kamikishiro
Mami Shimizu ...
Kazuko Suema
Kai Hirohashi ...
Kei Shinkoku
Tetsu Sawaki ...
Akio Kimura
Hassei Takano ...
Saotome Masami
Hideyuki Kasahara ...
Shirô Tanaka
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Takako Baba ...
Kyôko Kinoshita
Yukijirô Hotaru ...
Gorô Tadokoro
Erika Kuroishi ...
Akiko Kusatsu
Kasumi Minagawa ...
Rie Saitô
Kaori Sakagami ...
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Followed by Bûgîpoppu fantomu: Bûgîpoppu wa warawanai (2000) See more »

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Yuudachi
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weird homage to "Rashômon"
26 February 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Getting used to the rhythm of the storytelling in the beginning of this movie may prove to be too much of an obstacle to enjoying it for non-Japanese audiences. The way characters are introduced, as if seemingly unrelated to each other, is something of a head scratcher. However, being left in the dark puts the viewer in the same position as several of the characters whose varying points of view about the same set of events are presented. As in the classic Kurosawa film, "Rashômon," the audience has no way of deciding which of several more or less plausible explanations of a gruesome crime is accurate, and, like "Rashômon," the least plausible turns out to be true. That said, this is no "Rashômon." However, it is stylish and entertaining as teen-oriented horror flicks go, and refreshingly not peopled with characters you want to yell at for being stupid. It's also a relief that most of the gore is off- camera and well enough represented by sound effects.


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