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The Last Supper (2005)

Saigo no bansan (original title)
Yuji Kotorida has become plastic surgeon to the rich and famous - almost over night transforming himself from nebbish to charismatic icon. His secret? He eats women. In a flashback, we ... See full summary »

Director:

Osamu Fukutani

Writers:

Osamu Fukutani (screenplay), Kei Ôishi (novel) (as Kei Ohishi)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Masaya Katô ... Doctor Yuji Kotorida (as Masaya Kato)
Hitomi Miwa Hitomi Miwa ... Ami
Ayaka Maeda ... Rumi Ogawa
Fumina Hara Fumina Hara ... Saki Minemura
Katsuya Kobayashi Katsuya Kobayashi ... Detective Shimoda
Minami Aoyama Minami Aoyama
Yui Sobue Yui Sobue
Kana Kobayashi Kana Kobayashi
Tsutomu Tôdô Tsutomu Tôdô ... (as Tsutomu Todo)
Naoko Takahashi Naoko Takahashi
Midori Sakai Midori Sakai
Yukiko Anzai Yukiko Anzai
Ayumu Tokitô Ayumu Tokitô ... (as Ayumu Tokito)
Miyuki Konno Miyuki Konno
Seiichi Mukai Seiichi Mukai
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Yuji Kotorida has become plastic surgeon to the rich and famous - almost over night transforming himself from nebbish to charismatic icon. His secret? He eats women. In a flashback, we watch the flowering of his proclivity - from an initial taste, and a search that takes him to Hong Kong, to murder. After the flashback, he promises a colleague he will prepare meat for her wedding banquet. At about the same time, the police express suspicion. Can Dr. Kotorida carve out an escape? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Connections

References Face/Off (1997) See more »

Soundtracks

Wakusei: Rebirth
Music by Kenji Kishida
Lyrics by Atsushi Sakurai
Performed by Atsushi Sakurai
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Human meat never looked so good!
26 April 2006 | by smallleighSee all my reviews

I watched this film the other day at the Dead by Dawn festival, and i must say what a film! A plastic surgeon realises that to truly lust/love someone, you must eat them. This is a fantastic film, with some excellent moments. This film actually makes cannibalism look appealing - human meat never looked so good. When the surgeon steals the human fat from his surgery and then fries it is easily the one point in the film that i thought i was gonna be sick - disgusting, sick, vile.... but bloody great! I actually came out of the theatre wanting to sink my teeth into some meat, and so did the other guys i saw it with. The film went down great at the festival and easily was the film of the day - except probably to the promo of Worst Case Scenario - If that film gets made - its gonna rock hard! All in all a great film thats worth watching it if you can.


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Official Sites:

Official site [Japan]

Country:

Japan | Hong Kong

Language:

Japanese | Cantonese

Release Date:

12 February 2005 (Japan) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Hong Kong, China See more »

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Budget:

$400,000 (estimated)
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Dolby

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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