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Director:
Writers:
Osamu Fukutani (screenplay)
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Release Date:
12 February 2005 (Japan) See more »
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Yuji Kotorida has become plastic surgeon to the rich and famous - almost over night transforming himself from nebbish to charismatic icon... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Masaya Katô ... Doctor Yuji Kotorida (as Masaya Kato)
Hitomi Miwa ... Ami
Ayaka Maeda ... Rumi Ogawa
Fumina Hara ... Saki Minemura
Katsuya Kobayashi ... Detective Shimoda
Minami Aoyama
Yui Sobue
Kana Kobayashi
Tsutomu Tôdô (as Tsutomu Todo)
Naoko Takahashi
Midori Sakai
Yukiko Anzai
Ayumu Tokitô (as Ayumu Tokito)
Miyuki Konno
Seiichi Mukai
Ryôsuke Takei (as Ryousuke Takei)
Takeshi Nakagawa
On Yamaguchi
Takeshi Kishi
Hiroto Nakanowatari
Seiko Andô (as Seiko Ando)
Kyôko Machida (as Kyouko Machida)
Hiroki Matsumoto
Atsushi Hida
Yûko Tsukimi (as Yuko Tsukimi)
Keita Ôno (as Keita Ono)
Kimiko Tsukamoto (as Kimiko Tukamoto)
Kaoru Nagato
Ayako Higashikuse
Kyôta Tagaya (as Kyouta Tagaya)
Rikiddo (as Liquid)
Yûichirô Sakamoto (as Yuichirou Sakamoto)
Chihiro Asano
Sachi Suzuki
Kaoru Uzumaki
Chikako Miya
Tomoyo Wataru
Yôko Ishikawa (as Youko Ishikawa)
Yoshino Tsukimisato

Eriko Nagamine
Kumi Tanaka
Miyuki Ôoka (as Miyuki Ooka)
Kanako Satô (as Kanako Sato)
Satoru Satô (as Satoru Sato)
Nana Akiyama
Mitsuhiro Koizumi
Wataru Hirotani
Hitoshi Nojima
Shô Mano (as Sho Mano)
Ryô Nakagawa (as Ryou Nakagawa)
Kiyomi Kubota
Keiichi Morisue
Mami Hirose
Mai Endô (as Mai Endo)
Saori Katô (as Saori Kato)
Chitsuru Sakauchi
Kôji Iwamaru (as Koji Iwamaru)
Yuka Shiozaki (as Yuka Shiozaki)
Dan Yoshida
Zuki Lee ... Christy
Roderick Lam
Wong Sin Ting Zeni
Au Man Leung
Jirô Kagoshima (as Jiro Kagoshima)
Toshinori Kanda
Masaru Matsuda
Hiroki Matsukata ... Detective
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Avi K. Garg ... Mikiya Yangihara / Various Characters (voice: English version)
Hibiki Takumi ... Kanako

Directed by
Osamu Fukutani 
 
Writing credits
Osamu Fukutani (screenplay)

Kei Ôishi (novel "The Shonan Flesh-Eating Doctor") (as Kei Ohishi)

Bobby White  subtitles

Produced by
Yoshio Kuratani .... executive producer
Karen Law .... co-producer
Yasuyuki Oda .... executive producer
Yasuyuki Oda .... planner
Yûichi Onuma .... producer (as Yuichi Onuma)
Katsuhiko Tamura .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Torsten Rasch 
 
Cinematography by
Yuen Man Fung 
Masakazu Oka 
 
Film Editing by
Osamu Fukutani 
 
Art Direction by
Shinji Fujiwara 
 
Makeup Department
Satoshi Hirose .... special makeup effects artist
Takuma .... special makeup effects artist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Yôhei Fukuda .... assistant camera
 
Other crew
Kazuhiro Inoue .... title designer
Ngai Choi Lam .... supervisor: Hong Kong (as Nai Choi Nam)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Saigo no bansan" - Japan (original title)
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Runtime:
92 min
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References Face/Off (1997)See more »
Soundtrack:
Wakusei: RebirthSee more »

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4 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
What the hell??, 6 August 2009
Author: dschmeding from Germany

This movie is an unbelievable drag... first of all it has a very trashy look that is obvious from the opening of the movie. The acting is rather unrealistic, the characters couldn't make you care less and the plot evolves unbelievably slow. There are dialogs in this movie that take forever and make no point. When a Detective talks to the Surgeon I though the movie switched to slow motion or someone dropped downers in my drink. Besides these endless sequences with barely anything happening or people talking you get ridiculous over-acting. Watch out for the gay couple in the human meat bar or the epileptic stabbing of the surgeons young colleague. There's plenty of scenes that are beyond ridiculous and many don't push the plot at all.

So what do you get? A surgeon working in a beauty clinic gets obsessed with female meat, starts taking home fat and body parts and cooking them and obviously soon starts killing for fresh meat. Thats about it... he goes on a trip to Hongkong to search for human meat traders, ends up in a discotheque where he meets a girl who soon reveals she wants to be eaten. All this happens in a totally random fashion.. and after that Mr. Surgeon drives home and the plot continues.

Most of the movie is not really repulsive except for the fact that the cinematography is pretty ugly and tasteless throughout the movie. By the end you get a load of gore that looks unbelievably fake (best joke when heads fall out his closet and he beats a guy with one of the heads which is obviously just one of these plastic heads with a wig on. Its hard to say if "Last supper" was supposed to be funny or is unintentionally funny because the crass overacting and the over the top sound FX that remind me of one of those horror-sample CDs are laughable.

I have seen many Asian movies and know they can be pretty slow but this one takes it to the top and makes you wonder why the heck a dozen of scenes are stretched to the max. This movie is as entertaining was watching paint dry and horror fans should fast forward to the end to save 90 minutes of their precious lifetime.

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