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Chi wo sû uchû (2001)

| Comedy, Horror, Sci-Fi
A woman is sent to execution for the murder of her daughter, who she believes is kidnapped. When she tells her story to a nun, we learn her story through a series of encounters with a ... See full summary »

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Hirohisa Sasaki
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Credited cast:
Hiroshi Abe ... FBI Agent
Sadao Abe Sadao Abe ... Kiyohiko
Yoshiyoshi Arakawa Yoshiyoshi Arakawa ... Taxi Driver
Tomomi Kuribayashi Tomomi Kuribayashi ... Lucy
Kiyoshi Kurosawa ... Paperboy
Hitomi Miwa Hitomi Miwa ... Alien girlfriend of FBI agent
Aimi Nakamura Aimi Nakamura
Hideo Nakata
Ikkô Suzuki Ikkô Suzuki ... Alien girlfriend of FBI agent
Yumi Yoshiyuki Yumi Yoshiyuki
Yoshiko Yura Yoshiko Yura ... Etsuko Mamiya
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A woman is sent to execution for the murder of her daughter, who she believes is kidnapped. When she tells her story to a nun, we learn her story through a series of encounters with a psychic, a dirty politician, and two FBI agents who love Jell-O and believe there are aliens are responsible for bewildering the woman. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Horror | Sci-Fi

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Japan

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Japanese

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Gore from Outer Space See more »

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Follows Crazy Lips (2000) See more »

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Weird, even by Japanese standards
1 April 2008 | by JoeB131See all my reviews

I'm not sure what the heck I just watched. It seems to be a series of non-sequiter gags based on UFO abductions or maybe a parody on the X-Files. I guess it is a sequel to some other movie.

The plot is that a woman named Satomi has a daughter who is abducted, but maybe she wasn't abducted at all. Or her mother might be an alien. Or she gets reincarnated as a spider. Or something, I was totally confused by the end of it.

I'm really thinking that there is some cultural thing here that I might be missing, but I've watched other Japanese films, which while not nearly as good as American films, do seem to contain some internal plot logic.

I'm not sure if this is supposed to be a comedy, a horror movie, or a sci-fi movie, or just the brain drippings of a deranged Japanese director.


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