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Himizu (2 Discs) (Blu-ray)

Released on 06 August 2012

Featuring: Shôta Sometani, Fumi Nikaidô & Tetsu Watanabe

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 18 years & over

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Sumida (Shometani) and his schoolmate Keiko (Nikaido) are 15 year old school kids living a dystopian existence where each of their parents hope and encourage them to die. Set in tsunami-hit areas of Japan, which are used as a backdrop, the story follows roughly that of the manga of the same name.

"Don't give up." The constant refrain repeated in radio and television programmes to a nation hit by the merciless catastrophe sounds even more ominous when written in a note left by Yuichi Sumida's mother after running off with her lover. At fifteen, Sumida (Shôta Sometani) is left alone to manage the family's languishing boat-rental business and fend off his drunk and penniless father's bouts of violence. Sumida sees his simple dream for an ordinary future rapidly evapo¬rating before his eyes. Sharing similarly humble but fading dreams is his classmate Keiko Chazawa (Fumi Nikaidou), who also happens to have a major crush on him, even though Sumida seems deeply annoyed by her presence.

Sumida fights frequently with his father, is abandoned by his mother and tends to reject friendly advances of others. Real violence enters Sumida's life when his drunken father goes too far in taunting him. Shocked by the crime he has committed, and the fact he'll never be able to lead the "ordinary" life he planned on, Sumida paints his face and stalks the city streets with a kitchen knife, crazily determined to make amends to society by killing wrong-doers.
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In a post-tsunami Japan, two teenagers live in a dysatopia land, a place with no hope and no seeable future. They're both loners in their own world, a boy battling to live what he calls an ordinary life, a girl who is obsessed with the boy. The movie follows these characters and the events of their lives as they try to make best of their world and somehow create a future. Like most of Shion Sono's movies, it delves deep into the human mind, it focuses on emotion and the way in which humans accept the environment in which they're living. The movie makes you think what if, and makes you take a look at life and what it is really worth. At times the story tends to sway a little and leaves you wondering where it's going, and in general it does feel a little long. However, its a movie which as a lot of freshness and provides a unique story, well worth watching.

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ActorsShôta Sometani, Fumi Nikaidô, Tetsu Watanabe, Mitsuru Fukikoshi, Megumi Kagurazaka, Ken Mitsuishi, Makiko Watanabe, Asuka Kurosawa, Denden, Jun Murakami, Yôsuke Kubozuka, Yuriko Yoshitaka & Takahiro Nishijima
DirectorShion Sono
Certificate18 years and over
Year2011
Screen1.85:1
LanguagesJapanese - DTS-HD Master Audio (5.1)
SubtitlesEnglish
Duration2 hours and 9 minutes (approx)