The Deep Red (2005)

  |  Drama, Thriller


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Shinku is a compelling drama that focuses on the strange relationship that develops between two people who find their lives irrevocably changed as a result of a horrible multiple homicide.


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5 June 2006 | comic_bookguy
9
| Exciting, sad and unsettling
Superb psychological thriller: a young girl's entire family is wiped out by a murderer. Eight years later she befriends the killer's daughter and grows strangely attached to her. Basically a rather simple story about crime and punishment, but made with a nice touch and a great eye for detail. The camera work and editing is amazing, the acting flawless and the story extremely well-written (it will keep you guessing until the very end). The Japanese title means "Deep Red"; there are no other English titles for this one yet as far as I know. Highly recommended for everyone who wants to see a different kind of Japanese horror narrative.

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Lights
Lyrics by
Eri Nobuchika
Music by Shin'ichi Ôsawa
Arranged by Shin'ichi Ôsawa
Performed by Eri Nobuchika
Courtesy of Sony Music Associated Records

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Genres

Drama | Thriller

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Release Date:

17 September 2005

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

Filming Locations

Japan

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