The Last Supper (2005)

  |  Drama, Horror, Mystery


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Yuji Kotorida has become plastic surgeon to the rich and famous - almost over night transforming himself from nebbish to charismatic icon. His secret? He eats women. In a flashback, we ... See full summary »


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21 April 2006 | donjon
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| Renound Plastic surgeon takes his work home with him
I have just seen this at Edinburgh's Dead by Dawn festival and was thoroughly impressed with it. I had never heard of it before so had no idea what to expect.

A renowned plastic surgeon and budding media darling develops a taste for human flesh after taking a bit of lypo-suction fat home with him, frying it up and having a munch.

It's a pretty sick concept but has good comedy moments in all the right places. It is almost a pro-cannibalism in the way the story is told and is unlike anything I have ever seen before. It went down really well with the festival crowd and was easily film of the day.

It is also very well shot, with some excellent lighting in certain interior scenes, superb timing and decent acting throughout. Very implausible at times, but that does not take anything away from it, and fans of Japanese horror will be used to this anyway.

I hope lots more genre fans get to see the surprise gem.

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Genres

Drama | Horror | Mystery | Thriller

Details

Release Date:

12 February 2005

Language

Japanese, Cantonese


Country of Origin

Japan, Hong Kong

Filming Locations

Hong Kong, China

Box Office

Budget:

$400,000 (estimated)

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