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Kayley Sage 3 months ago
A brutal commentaryOn the idol culture in Japan & on the abuse & fragilityOfPublic figures
Daniel Lanciana 1 year ago
Charlie Alcock almost 3 years ago
Never once loses you even as the narrative breaks down. Liked it a lot
Dónal Kennedy over 4 years ago
A disquieting exploration of fame, obsession and insanity.
pessimist over 4 years ago
Great animation work, but the storytelling is too ambiguous to be persuasively intelligent
Sonya 5 years ago
Scary, but sooo good
Thomas Jennings over 5 years ago
Fantastic first effort- perhaps a little convenient but haunting all the same. Also gross!
Taylor Reginald Wright 6 years ago
A profoundly frightening psychological thriller with an eerie soundtrack and animation.
Armando Andrade almost 7 years ago
It's a dark movie; a bit dated now, but still relevant to today's issues.
Carrion Fields 6 months ago
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Annalisa Schettino over 2 years ago
Perfect Blue (パーフェクトブルー, Pāfekuto Burū) is a 1997 Japanese animated psychological thriller film directed by Satoshi Kon and written by Kon and Sadayuki Murai based on the novel of the same name by Yoshikazu Takeuchi. Junko Iwao plays Mima Kirigoe, a member of a Japanese pop-idol group called "CHAM!", who decides to pursue her career as an actress. Some of her fans are displeased with her sudden career change, particularly a stalker named Me-Mania, voiced by Masaaki Ōkura. As her new career proceeds, Mima's world becomes increasingly reminiscent of the works of Alfred Hitchcock: reality and fantasy spiral out of control, and Mima discovers that Me-Mania is the least of her troubles. Mima Kirigoe, a pop-idol from the J-pop group "CHAM!", decides to leave the group to become an actress. Her first project is as in a direct-to-video drama series called "Double Bind". Some of her fans are upset by her change in career and persona, not least the stalker known as "Me-Mania." Shortly after...
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