Teenager Midori's family moves back to the city where she lived as a child and is relieved to discover that her old friend Ryusuke still lives there. Her terrifying nightmares begin ... See full summary »
The search for her vanished brother Tsuyoshi leads Kaoru to the lonesome village Kozukata in the Japanese back-land. The locals react repelling to her, which the exception of the Chinese ... See full summary »
A young couple, Tomio and Madoka, decide to get married after graduate school. Madoka convinces Tomio to visit a fortune teller to have their future foretold. Tomio is immediately attracted... See full summary »
The friends Kaori, Erika and Aki are on a vacation to celebrate their upcoming graduation, when suddenly an infestation of mysterious walking fish forces them to reevaluate everything they care about in order to stay alive.
A young girl looking through her father's notes finds something written about the last experiment he worked on before he went insane. Everything looks ordinary until the name "Tomie" begins appearing throughout the notebook.
Strange things lurk in dreams. For Mukoda Tetsurou and the doctors tending to him, things have begun to get stranger as Mukoda begins having longer and longer dreams every night. Can one dream infinity in the span of a night?
A new house. Parents - pray of career. A girl. And a doll. Few slices of adventures. And beautiful conclusion. A movie. Strange, creepy, interesting, lesson about childhood and its searches, friendship, price of desires and appearances. One of that films for kids who may be more than entertainment or pledge for good attitude, seed of dream or fairy tale. Smart and subtle, naive and precise, Coraline is ad usum delphini definition for the happiness and importance of family, borders of fiction and rules of reality, mixture from Grimm brothers and Pinocchio. A clever subtle story in which evil is more than seductive and the cat is precious friend.
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