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Shisha no gakuensai (2000)

Some students decide to set up a play written by one of their classmates, who has commited suicide. The play is based on a tragic and mysterious legend about a love affair between two ... See full summary »

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Thane Camus ...
David Thornhill
Kyoko Fukada ...
Machiko Yuki
Shuntaro Hani ...
Himself
Tomoka Hayashi ...
Haruko Ono
Yôzaburô Itô ...
Tomio Nishida
Masaya Katô ...
Isamu Kurabayashi
Yôsuke Kawamura
Yû Kurosawa ...
Yoshiko Yamazaki
Hineki Mito
Yoshiko Miyazaki ...
Izumi Wakusawa
Jinpachi Nezu ...
Shozo Yuki
Mika Sakamoto ...
Mayumi Yanagida
Yasutaka Tsutsui ...
Kazuhiko Teduka
Asahi Uchida ...
Hideto Koyama
Kôichi Ueda ...
Detective Tsukuda, Ushio
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Some students decide to set up a play written by one of their classmates, who has commited suicide. The play is based on a tragic and mysterious legend about a love affair between two teachers at the school long ago. Some girls then accidentally stumble over some information about the legend, and the girl who commited suicide. Shortly after, the girls start turning up dead in seeming accidents. Written by Jenny-Anne Thorup

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5 August 2000 (Japan)  »

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School Day of the Dead  »

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Almost Same With The Comic
30 August 2004 | by (Indonesia) – See all my reviews

I don't know if the plot line was taken by the comic books or not that Yuka Matsumoto wrote? But the story are almost same, and the murder was the same person too.

The story are not so enjoyable and too short. Because their acting are so unnatural and not so good (accept Kyoko Fukada and Masaya Kato), and they look like not showing enough emotion to express their feelings. Beside the plot line was too weak to showing what happened in that school 80 years ago.

And at the end Kyoko and Masaya must separate even they are perfect for each other, which suppose that they should be together (the big mistake from who that made this story line). And I think this film continue with Kyoko's drama at the next year (same love story, between teacher and his student).


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