A great experiment of the absurd, but its full potential to satisfy the spectator is hindered by its somewhat lackluster composition.
“An amazing horror film and a gripping exploration of the cycle of abuse and the horrors child-abuse quite often lead to.”
“A timely reminder that Japanese society has to take bullying and its effects more seriously/”
“The narratives do underline Katsumi Sasaki’s potential to become one of the best directors of the genre.”
“An enjoyable narrative [that] frames (…) gore in such an enjoyable and satisfying way [but will eventually leave] (…) spectators (…) wanting for more.” Introduction While Hiroki Yamaguchi impressed international audiences with his sci-fi horror Hellevator (2004), a surprise hit on that years Fantasia Film Festival, he has remained largely unnoticed with the rest of his…