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Tennen shôjo Man next: Yokohama hyaku-ya hen (1999)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ayana Sakai Ayana Sakai ... Man Kôda
Takashi Nagayama Takashi Nagayama ... Yuuya Narui
Chiaki Ichiba Chiaki Ichiba ... Riona Mishima
Erika Yamakawa Erika Yamakawa ... Chiaki Amamiya
Eri Nomura Eri Nomura ... Maki Nishida
Chikako Ôba Chikako Ôba ... Yukari Eda
Shiori Shiori ... Maria Kanzaki
Aya Makinoda Aya Makinoda ... Azumi Takizawa
Sayaka Kamiya Sayaka Kamiya ... Sena
Hitomi Oota Hitomi Oota ... Ayumi
Yuuki Fukuzono Yuuki Fukuzono ... Kenjirô
Satoshi Matsuda Satoshi Matsuda ... Satoshi (as Tomonori Masuda)
Kazuhiro Sakai Kazuhiro Sakai ... Taichi
Sara Matsuzaka Sara Matsuzaka ... Minako
Megumi Yasu Megumi Yasu ... Eimi


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Release Date:

25 November 1999 (Japan) See more »

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Satire with sharp teeth
27 September 2005 | by squelchoSee all my reviews

I had my doubts about this TV series before watching it, but I managed to pluck up the willpower to sit through 3 hours plus of Miike's take on the schoolkids-go-crazy genre. The first thing that struck me was that it was a comedy, rather than a straightforward horror. Instead of splattering noxious Japanese teenagers all over the walls like Battle Royale, or intellectualising the angst like Lily Chou Chou, Miike just sets about the conventions with a pickaxe handle. He seems to know instinctively when the sugar shutdown is approaching, and how to kick-start the adrenalin rush when the pace starts to flag. Sharp direction that works well in the TV medium. I would guess that this series was popular across a fairly wide age spectrum in Japan. The kids because the teen cuties get to kick plenty of tender parts and giggle a lot, and the adults for the undercurrent of sly dark humour and nifty dissection of Idol culture. 500 days might seem like a lifetime when you're young.

Overall, it flags a bit in the middle section, but picks up nicely when Miike brings out the coloured filters and bizarre sfx for the last act. I love that Yokohama big wheel, and I guess Miike does too, because it got a starring role in MPD Psycho. Some of the offbeat stylistic touches from Tennen Shujo Mahn seem to have been taken to their natural conclusion in the MPD series. The digital snowflakes, the coloured skies, and the heavily treated piano music being prime examples.

It's not great, compared to the majority of Miike's back catalogue, but it's fun to watch, whether you have a thing for asskicking teens in sailor suits or not. The two female leads are decent actresses, and considering that most of the cast were making their screen debuts, they all turn in fairly decent performances. One or two toe-curlingly awful transformation scenes notwithstanding.

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