Animation • R • 1998 • 1 hr 22 min
This movie inspired so many movies. Perfect storytelling and an amazing animation and art. It is so much more relevant today than before.
Beautiful cinematography and philosophy.
Shows a different side of being famous.
I have a love-hate relationship with this movie, definitely worth the watch but man not sure if was mentally ready
An amazing achievement, but also very hard to watch at times.
The most disturbing anime I've ever seen
Absolutely gorgeous film with a great plot. Insane twist at the end and I'd absolutely watch again.
Satoshi Kon is a master of story, visuals, and pacing. A truly unique anime.
A complex, disturbing and captivating story.
Unsatisfying ending, but engrossing trip down to insanity. Black Swan fans will feel right at home.
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