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Raita, a Japanese businessman, just moved into an apartment building where his next-door neighbor is another guy named Raita. But as a private detective, what that other Raita does couldn't be more different from a humble businessman's way of life. One night, in the beginning of a bizarre series of murders, one of the private detective's clients is killed and has her liver removed. The next victim has her kidneys removed, and the third her lungs. The two Raitas follow the clues and meet an eccentric painter, one whose paints are rumored to be made with human blood and organs...Written by
Detective Story is about some eccentric cop who is investigating killings where the victims are having one of their organs removed. It is most certainly a cross between Color Me Blood Red and Silence Of The Lambs without question. It has some good ideas and story is coherent but it is one of Takashi Miike's lesser efforts. It has no butt loving. Actually that's not a bad thing. Anyways, the pacing is slow, the violence is bloody and gory, they story is alright, I guess, and the tall ass chick has a flat ass. I hate this review. Good bye.
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