- 1 win & 1 nomination.
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|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
|Tsukasa Ariyoshi||...||associate producer|
|Kenzô Horikoshi||...||producer: Euro Space/Yûro Supêsu|
|Takashi Horikoshi||...||associate producer|
|Yoshiyasu Ikezaki||...||associate producer|
|Hiroo Murakami||...||associate producer|
|Atsuko Ohno||...||producer: Euro Space/Yûro Supêsu|
|Fumio Sebata||...||associate producer|
|Rosemary Dean||...||english subtitles|
|Tetsuro Shimauchi||...||english subtitles|
|Hiroshi Takahashi||...||series supervisor|
- Adness K.K.
- AtEntertainment K.K.
- Culture Publishers (CP)
- Euro Space
- Japan CableCast K.K.
- Panorama Communications K.K.
- Celluloid Dreams (2005) (France) (theatrical)
- Euro Space (2004) (Japan) (theatrical)
- Festive Films (2005) (Singapore) (theatrical)
- Shaw Organisation (2005) (Singapore) (theatrical)
- Tartan (2005) (United States) (theatrical) (subtitled)
- Crippled Brothers Films (2007) (Canada) (DVD)
- Geneon Entertainment (2005) (Japan) (DVD)
- Palisades Pictures (2005) (United States)
- Paramount Home Entertainment (2005) (Australia) (DVD)
- Tartan Video (2006) (United Kingdom) (DVD)
In Tokyo, the freelance cameraman Takuyoshi Masuoka is obsessed investigating the fear sensation near death. When he photographs a man stabbing himself in the eye in the access to the subway, he seeks what the suicidal man might have seen to experiment the same sense of horror the man felt when he died. He finds a passage to the Tokyo underground where he meets a mysterious naked woman that does not speak, who he calls her F. He brings F to his place and he tries to feed her, until he discovers that she drinks blood. Masuika becomes a serial killer draining the blood of his victims to nurse F. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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|Trivia||Takashi Shimizu shot the film in just eight days, between the production dates for Ju-on: The Grudge (2002) and its remake, The Grudge (2004). See more »|
|Movie Connections||Featured in Nightmares in Red, White and Blue: The Evolution of the American Horror Film (2009). See more »|
The feeling that we know as "terror" is actually ancient wisdom, sealed in our subconscious mind.
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