[JP movie]Akame 48 Waterfalls
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Arato Genjirou Suzuki Toya Kurumatani Chokitsu
Norimichi Kasamatsu Hirokazu Kanakatsu Yoshiyuki Okuhara Syuichi Chino Kiyoshi Kakizawa
Onishi Takijiro Shinobu Terajima
Hirofumi Arai Nao Oomori Enokida Takato
Okiyama Hideko Shungiku Uchida Ezawamoeko Motomi Mkiguchi
Yoshiyuki Morishita Kaneko Kiyofumi Akiyama Michio Maroakaji Kensaku Watanabe
Hidekazu Akai Michiyo Ookusu Uchidayuya
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2007/08/29 Normal(+0 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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It is a course of decadence, a story of escape.
Although it is a Naoki prize work, it is a colorful work as pure literature. There is a place that can not be avoided by necessarily avoiding the redundancy that the novel writer tends to have, and it is the same in the movie as well. It is one of prescriptions that transform fiction into a vivid reality.
Those who run away are more harsh than others. Getting out there is even more harsh. Is it also an escape for a person who knows the taste of bliss to delete it?
Amagasaki's sticky air is about to defeat the hero, but it is natural that Aya existed as well as a top coat of self-destructive behavior. Terashima Shinobu, who plays Aya, spreads the instinctive smell of a woman full of images. This is just like sex appeal or pheromone, unlike what you can express with easy words, it feels like a dangerous beauty that does not mislead the stiff and weak parts.