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Dianne Estock-Annen over 7 years ago
I love this movie. Watched it uncountable times and still don't know where it begins.
Infection (感染, Kansen) is a 2004 Japanese horror film, and is volume one of six in the J-Horror Theater series. The film was directed by Masayuki Ochiai as a theatrical version based on an episode of the Japanese horror TV series Yonimo Kimyō na Monogatari (世にも奇妙な物語 lit. Tales of the Unusual). The episode, subtitled "Kyūkan" ("急患" lit. "Urgent Patient"), was written by Ryoichi Kimizuka and first broadcast in 1991 in Japan. The film takes place in an under-staffed hospital that is quickly losing money. As night begins to fall, an ambulance comes to the hospital bringing a patient with a strange black rash. Dr. Akiba refuses to admit the patient, due to the hospital being low on resources and staff. While arguing with the paramedic, Dr. Akiba is alerted to a serious crisis in Room 3 of the hospital. A patient, though unconscious, has somehow fallen to the floor and his vital signs are dropping quickly. They think they have saved him when they realize that the nurse has apparently...
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