Suicide Club (2001)

R   |    |  Crime, Drama, Horror

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A detective is trying to find the cause of a string of suicides.




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9 March 2021 | manol-patel
| Ignore all these other reviews
But American schoolgirls need to watch it.

Firstly, all these reviews telling us we didn't get it but they did are pretentious. Not one review tells us what the story is. They just keep going on and on about how we didn't understand, but not one explains it... because it's inexplicable and stupid.

However, the girls are thin and have lickable legs. Period. American women lose weight already. BUT I can see thin girls who flaunt more on many sites so what is the point of watching this?

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In the trailer of this movie, there's a scene of a person faxing herself, thus committing suicide. This is actually part of the security guard/nurses subplot of the movie, that had to be cut out because with it, the film would have been longer than two hours.


Medical Examiner: There are several bodies here. We'll pry them apart later.


When the students jump to their death on the school roof, you can clearly see crew-members throwing buckets of fake blood at the window.

Alternate Versions

Two different R1 versions of the film exist, an R rated version and an unrated version. Not only can they be differentiated by the unrated version having a red stripe on the cover, but they have different pictures on the sides of the DVD cover (the unrated having a picture of Mitsuko). There are six additions to this version of the film.

  • In the subway scene in the beginning, the shot of the girl hitting the tracks is extended long enough to show her head getting run over by the train.
  • In the school sequence, the ear is now shown being pushed off the roof of the building.
  • In the suicide montage the portions showing the woman cutting off her own fingers is extended dramatically, and there are a few more lines added to the background song to accommodate this.
  • In the scene showing the introduction of Genesis, there are two added parts of him stepping on a cat, and then crushing a dog under his foot.
  • In the scene of Kurota's suicide, the gunshot has been extended long enough to show the bullet actually going through the back of his head.


Sûsaido kissu
Written by
Haruko Momoi
Performed by Dessert


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Crime | Drama | Horror | Mystery | Thriller

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