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Kara no Kyoukai: The Garden of Sinners - Oblivion Recorder - A Fairytale (2008) More at IMDbPro »Gekijô ban Kara no kyôkai: Dai roku shô - Bôkyaku rokuon (original title)

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- A female character openly admits to be hopelessly in love with her own brother. even she fells jealous when another woman approaches him.

- Several girls, apparently in a trance, are surrounded by open canisters of fuel, while they hold lighted matches.

- In a flashback scene, a character appears to be beaten in his head on the floor, which will cause his death.

-Two girls fight using magic attacks

- A female character fights to a unarmed male character using a butter knife.

- A man is being chased by an attacker. Attacker kills him with a stick and then, in an act of cannibalism, proceeds to eat the victim. This happens in the scene after credits.

- One woman explains that the reason for the action of various characters with hallucinations and delusions of persecution are the result of drug abuse and not by psychic beings.

- In flashback scenes, a man is shown with an obvious drug overdose, he attacks another girl with a syringe (filled with what appears to be a narcotic)

- One of the final enemies, seems to be a monstrous giant flower.

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