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Daisuke Hosaka (screenplay)
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17 October 2009 (Japan) See more »
A group of teenagers take a sick girl to a hospital only to find out it is a horrific labyrinth. | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Takashi Shimizu 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Daisuke Hosaka  screenplay

Produced by
Dai Miyazaki .... producer
Satoru Ogura .... producer
Masayuki Tanishima .... producer
Visual Effects by
Tsuyoshi Kazuno .... visual effects supervisor

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Also Known As:
"Senritsu meikyû 3D" - Japan (original title)
"The Shock Labyrinth" - Japan (English title)
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89 min
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1.85 : 1 See more »
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Audio/visual unsynchronized: Out of sync audio in the car journeys especially when Yuki is shouting loudly about the hospital.See more »
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Featured in Tormented (2011)See more »


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Kiosk <1, 16 June 2014
Author: westsideschl from United States

I gave it a chance and watched it twice just to see if I had missed some creative writing, directing, acting, props - anything. Even the actor interviews when asked what the movie meant the most frequent answer, "What ever you make of it." The usual plot device of making the viewer question whether what was being seen was taking place or was just in the mind of our central character just didn't fly. Just a not well thought out mess.

Some examples: 1. The long opening and closing scenes of a forest did not fit with anything in the movie which was centered about an amusement park and hospital. The focal structure in the film, a spiral staircase, seemed like an oddly out of place prop for either location. 2. The visuals of falling feathers and rising/falling bubbles contributed nothing. 3. The floating rabbit backpack, both as a physical form and as a go through walls form, was just meaningless effects. 4. The comatose girl who is presented as supposedly an avenging spirit, she's hooked up to various hospital monitors which if move would set off an alarm, is shown with dirty feet as if she was out in the world avenging. Yet, on one occasion shows up at a person's apartment. 5. The intermingling of the two time periods were at times actual physical events and at times visual or hallucinatory. Not consistent. 6. The police interviews which were intermittently injected to provide some cohesion and clarity, did neither.

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