TV-MA | | Adventure, Crime, Drama
A high school student named, Light Turner, discovers a mysterious notebook that has the power to kill anyone whose name is written within its pages and launches a secret crusade to rid the world of criminals.
Producer Roy Lee stated that the film is "definitely for adults. It has a zero chance it will get below an R-rating." He also stated that it "will be one of the first manga adaptations that feels very grounded but still has fantastical elements."
Look at those people.
Mia Sutton: They're a bunch of sheep.
Light Turner: No, they're not. They're looking for someone who's not gonna let them down the ways cops do and politicians.
Mia Sutton: And that's why they have you.
Most of the shots of the Seattle Great Wheel and the pier it sits on are not an accurate depiction of the pier. In the film there are many small food and souvenir stands along the long, narrow pier. The real pier is much shorter, much wider, and has large warehouse-like buildings housing various attractions and businesses which leave very little room for police vehicles to access the Great Wheel.
The closing credits features brief clips of outtakes and behind-the-scenes footage.