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Tokyo Psycho (2004)

Tôkyô densetsu: ugomeku machi no kyôki (original title)
| Horror | 2004 (Japan)
Sachiko Kokubu, the beautiful owner of a Tokyo design agency, finds her life disrupted when she receives paper scraps stitched together with piano wire with the message "I know you were ... See full summary »

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Seiji Chihara ... Keisuke Kataoka
Yuka Hayashi ... Mika Nakahara
Sachiko Kokubu ... Yumiko Oosawa
Mizuho Nakamura ... Moe Masumoto (as Miduho Nakamura)
Masashi Taniguchi ... Osamu Komiya
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Sachiko Kokubu, the beautiful owner of a Tokyo design agency, finds her life disrupted when she receives paper scraps stitched together with piano wire with the message "I know you were meant to marry me." As further messages come she embarks on a nightmare investigation to uncover the identity of her tormentor. Written by robotaffliction1103

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Rubbish
7 October 2005 | by See all my reviews

I've just watched the DVD of this film. It ranks as one of the most awful films I've seen over recent years. The look of the film is dreadful - if you gave someone a cheap video camera and told them to film in a high-rise block of flats with a bunch of amateur actors, then you get some idea of what this film delivers. I don't think there was a sound man either - in an early office scene they were clearly using the mike on the camera - horrible echoes. But it's the pace of the film that really gets to you. It's so slow. No it's very slow. It's like a sloth on Valium. If you play the DVD at 16x then it becomes watchable. It's a remarkable thing that this film feels like its been going on for hours, when in fact the credits roll after only 75 minutes. Avoid at all costs. This film is complete pants.


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