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Sêrâ-fuku mokushiroku (2011)

Not Rated | | Horror | 15 July 2011 (Japan)
Sakura is your typical Japanese school girl that lives in a small town in the mountains. One day at school, during archery practice, her teacher and classmate start acting strange. Soon, ... See full summary »

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John Cairns

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John Cairns
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Credited cast:
Rino Higa Rino Higa ... Sakura (as Higarino)
Max Mackenzie Max Mackenzie ... Billy
Asami Mizukawa Asami Mizukawa
Kaoru Nishida Kaoru Nishida
Mai Tsujimoto Mai Tsujimoto ... Aoi
Mihoko Watanabe Mihoko Watanabe
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Sakura is your typical Japanese school girl that lives in a small town in the mountains. One day at school, during archery practice, her teacher and classmate start acting strange. Soon, all the men in the town turn aggressive and start attacking the women. Sakura goes on the run to find the source of the problem. Along the way she meets a mother and her son, who's been infected. She gets some supplies from the mother and soon encounters another woman, but she's not so friendly. She's holding 2 people captive. The captives aren't who they seem to be. What's the real cause of the madness? Written by Adamu

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Japanese

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15 July 2011 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Sailor Suit Apocalypse See more »

Filming Locations:

Numazu City, Shizuoka, Japan

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Lantis See more »
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Phenomenal Indie
13 December 2017 | by alienlegendSee all my reviews

A very original, creative take on post-apocalyptic zombie films. Only the men are affected, which is quite unique to say the least. The acting and directing are excellent. I was glued to my screen the whole time. Some might not like the animation but keeping in mind it's supposed to be from a schoolgirl's Japanese English book, it makes sense. The twists at the end were fantastic and obviously well thought out. You get some riveting action, great atmosphere, and an intriguing mystery. It's not your typical stupid schoolgirl T&A movie. In fact, it doesn't have any T&A but it doesn't need any. It's stronger and better without it. If you like original horror films or Japanese genre movies, I absolutely recommend this one. Or if you're just a fan of indie films in general, it's obvious the writer/director put everything he had into this and it shows. Can't wait to see what he does next!


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