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介绍

Receiving rave reviews from Yukito Ayatsuji, Yusuke Kishi, and Miyuki Miyabe, novel Bogiwan ga Kuru by Ichi Sawamura won the 22nd Japan Horror Story Grand Prize hosted by KADOKAWA, the producer of horror entertainment such as Ring, Spiral, and Ju-on: The Grudge. The story combines the classic horror of an unknown “monster” and the “horror of humans” when “someone you thought was a good person suddenly turns evil from a different point of view.” The novel was highly praised for brilliantly linking the two kinds of horror, and a sequel has been published. It captured the attention of genius Tetsuya Nakashima, who sublimated the dark side of human nature into entertainment in Memories of Matsuko and Confessions. After reading the novel, Nakashima immediately agreed to direct the movie adaptation and spent over a year writing its screenplay. It was completed in collaboration with prominent playwright Hideto Iwai, the director of theater group hi-bye and a winner of the Kishida Kunio Drama Award. The film is made up of four acts with an ensemble cast and maintains the same elements that make the novel so fascinating. The star-studded cast includes Junichi Okada, Satoshi Tsumabuki, Haru Kuroki, Nana Komatsu, and Takako Matsu, whose starring role in Confessions is still fresh in our memory. There is a different protagonist for every act, and the audience is led into a maze of “who and what to believe” haunted by the “horrors of monsters and humans and other sorts.”

故事梗概

Hideki Tahara (Satoshi Tsumabuki) has just wed the woman he loves dearly, Kana (Haru Kuroki), and looks forward to a happy future. One day, he learns that he had a mystery visitor. He feels perplexed when the colleague who had met this visitor informs him that he wanted to talk about “Chisa”. Chisa is the name he and his pregnant wife had chosen for their unborn daughter, which only the two of them should know about. The visitor’s identity remains a mystery when the colleague who talked to “it” meets a mysterious demise. Two years later, disturbing incidents start occurring around Hideki, who dotes on his daughter, Chisa. A good-luck charm in his house gets torn on its own. There are phone calls from a woman who keeps repeating Chisa’s name. Hideki, who fears that somebody is out to get him, goes through an acquaintance to meet a freelance writer Nozaki (Junichi Okada) and his psychic girlfriend, Makoto (Nana Komatsu). As soon as Makoto senses “it,” she falls prey to its powerful force. Several days later, Hideki and Nozaki decide to confront it, but Hideki walks into its trap and is brutally killed. Kana, who now raises Chisa on her own, struggles to earn a living and feels the mounting stress of raising her young and spoiled daughter. Kana has no idea that her vulnerability has created an opening for “it” to creep inside her soul. It is too late when Nozaki senses the danger, and the house comes under another attack. Then Makoto’s older sister, Kotoko (Takako Matsu), a medium and the country’s top exorcist, appears. Spurred on by Kotoko, Nozaki starts making his move to save Chisa and Makoto. People with strong spiritual power from all over Japan, including a priest from the Kansai region and a shaman from Kudaka Island of Okinawa, gather at Hideki’s apartment. “It’s coming,” Kotoko declares – it is the beginning of the battle against “it.”

Original Story
Ichi Sawamura
Director
Tetsuya Nakashima
Screenplay
Tetsuya Nakashima
Hideto Iwai
Nobuhiro Kadoma
Cast
Junichi Okada
Haru Kuroki
Nana Komatsu
Takako Matsu
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