A psychopathic Japanese executive accidentally triggers a journalist's 'dark side'. They begin to connect over the Internet and make a complicated bond.

Directors:

Kimo Stamboel (as The Mo Brothers), Timo Tjahjanto (as The Mo Brothers)

Writers:

Takuji Ushiyama (original story), Takuji Ushiyama | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kazuki Kitamura ... Nomura
Oka Antara ... Bayu
Rin Takanashi ... Hisae
Luna Maya Luna Maya ... Dina Aditya
Ray Sahetapy ... Dharma
Ersya Aurelia Ersya Aurelia ... Elly
Tensui Sakai Tensui Sakai ... Souichi
Epy Kusnandar ... Robert
Mei Kurokawa Mei Kurokawa ... Midori
Tara Basro ... Dewi
Denden ... Oyaji / Father at Jukai
Dimas Argoebie Dimas Argoebie ... Rizal
Steve Jean Steve Jean ... Ahmad
Yuki Konoe Yuki Konoe ... Yumi
Roy Marten Roy Marten ... Ayah Dina
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Storyline

In Tokyo, a serial killer is murdering women and posting his violent crimes on-line. In Jakarta, a rogue vigilante uploads his murdering spree for the world to see. A psychotic game of cat and mouse ensues as the two men battle for notoriety. Soon it becomes clear that it's only a matter of time until the two killers square off face to face. Written by Anonymous

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Cello Sonata in E Minor RV40 Mov. 1
Composed by Antonio Vivaldi
Recorded at Treehouse Studio, Performed by Andreas Arianto & Rachmaninov Noor
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its disturbing,but still pleasant to watch
26 February 2014 | by merryhockwaySee all my reviews

this is not a bad movie at all,but it has too much flaws to be a great movie. when i first see the movie backdrop,it sounds very bloody and macabre-ish,but it turns out wrong. this movie is too violent and bloody for mainstream audiences,but too soft for slasher hardcore fan. its like somewhere in the middle. i think mo brothers wanted to disturb the audience by its story rather than the killing scene itself. to me its like a drama movie with serial murder spice in it. don't get it wrong,its good and refreshing since I've never seen things like this in local box office and pretty rare in Hollywood,but Mo Brother failed to hold the tension,this movie gives you a good chills and fun discussion after watching it but obviously far less powerful than Snowtown, (an Australian serial-murder drama,most disturbing movie I've ever seen). i think k.kitamura and o antara saved this movie,their acting skill is top notch and the major high light in this movie!,and im glad im gonna watch this duo again in the raid 2! :D


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Country:

Indonesia | Japan

Language:

Japanese | Indonesian | English | French

Release Date:

1 February 2014 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Killers See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$5,248
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

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2.35 : 1
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