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Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack (2012)

Gyo (original title)
Not Rated | | Animation, Horror | Video 15 February 2012
The friends Kaori, Erika and Aki are on a vacation to celebrate their upcoming graduation, when suddenly an infestation of mysterious walking fish forces them to reevaluate everything they care about in order to stay alive.

Director:

Takayuki Hirao

Writers:

Junji Ito (manga), Takayuki Hirao (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview:
Mirai Kataoka Mirai Kataoka ... Kaori (voice)
Takuma Negishi Takuma Negishi ... Tadashi (voice)
Ami Taniguchi Ami Taniguchi ... Erika (voice)
Masami Saeki Masami Saeki ... Aki (voice)
Hidetaka Abe Hidetaka Abe ... Shirakawa (voice)
Hiroshi Okazaki Hiroshi Okazaki ... Koyanagi (voice)
Mori Kaneko Mori Kaneko ... Ring Master (voice)
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The friends Kaori, Erika and Aki are on a vacation to celebrate their upcoming graduation, when suddenly an infestation of mysterious walking fish forces them to reevaluate everything they care about in order to stay alive.

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Animation | Horror

Certificate:

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Based on the manga series "Gyo" created by Junji Ito. It is published in Japan by Shogakukan. See more »

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Eco Thriller
30 September 2013 | by kosmaspSee all my reviews

An animated movie that does take environment very seriously. Japan is an island and therefor isolated. It also seems to heighten their fears and how they portray them. Another case in point is this movie. Just because it is animated though, doesn't mean it is child friendly. There is nudity, there is violence and there is body horror that Croneberg would be jealous of.

Apart from things (machines) sticking things in human body parts (where they shouldn't be) and other out there ideas, you have to be pretty open minded to watch this movie. It's not great, but it has a message. Is that enough/sufficient for your viewing pleasure?


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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

15 February 2012 (Japan) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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