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Stratosphere Girl (2004)

Unrated | | Drama, Mystery | 9 September 2004 (Germany)
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Enter a dark, dangerous world where the lines between reality and fantasy are blurred. Angela is 18, a stunning Dutch blonde, a comic illustrator, and bored with life. Eager for adventure, ... See full summary »


Matthias X. Oberg (as M.X. Oberg)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Chloé Winkel ... Angela
Jon Yang ... Yamamoto
Rebecca Palmer ... Rachel
Tuva Novotny ... Monika
Tara Elders ... Polly
Linda Steinhoff ... Ella
Filip Peeters ... Kruilman
Togo Igawa ... Oshima
Peggy Jane de Schepper Peggy Jane de Schepper ... Larissa
Alan Westaway ... Scotty
Burt Kwouk ... Papa-San
Mette Louise Holland Mette Louise Holland ... Ingrid (as Mette-Louise Holland)
Monika Strzelczyk Monika Strzelczyk ... Tanya
Oona Spengler Oona Spengler ... Russian Girl
Akemi Otani Akemi Otani ... Mama-San


Enter a dark, dangerous world where the lines between reality and fantasy are blurred. Angela is 18, a stunning Dutch blonde, a comic illustrator, and bored with life. Eager for adventure, she moves to Tokyo to become a bar hostess for Asian men who like Western women. An innocent in this sexual underworld, she confronts sleazy customers, jealous co-workers and a mystery: the disappearance of a former hostess. As she discovers clues, she sketches them out in comic-strip style, and slowly begins to confuse what she knows with what she draws. Written by AnonymousB

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Drama | Mystery


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English | Dutch | Japanese

Release Date:

9 September 2004 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby SR



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Businessman 2: Is it true, you're just sixteen?
Angela: No, I'm fifteen.
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29 April 2004 | by jlarsoenSee all my reviews

For all those who love beautiful pictures, charming music and comics.

The shots are well-framed and every scene has been thought out. Definitely a visually stunning movie. The storytelling is sophisticated and stylized as well. It is slow in some parts, but intentionally so, and the fact that it was didn't bother me. You will remember this film because of its unique and very recognizable director's style, the high energy level due to variation in static close-ups and dynamic scenes shot by the moving camera, a love story that touches but stays away from clichés, a plot that plays with stereotypes of comics and leaves enough space for your imagination. It is a piece of art in fact rather than a simple criminal story, a pleasure for eyes and soul, calm, peaceful and touching... and what can I say more: I strongly recommend it.

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