Ikigami

Ikigami

In an attempt to spur citizens into taking more productive roles in society, the Japanese government issues death messages, or "ikigami", informing them that they have only 24 hours left to live. The film follows a young man tasked with delivering these messages, as well as the victims.

In an attempt to spur citizens into taking more productive roles in society, the Japanese government issues death messages, or "ikigami", informing them that they have only 24 hours left to live. The film follows a young man tasked with delivering these messages, as well as the victims. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kim M (kr) wrote: I don't care what anyone else thinks, I love the found footage genre. This had so much potential and it started out building well, but then it just all went to hell. It became cheesy and not scary at all. Also, the acting by the "dad" was simply awful.

Rohit R (gb) wrote: Watch it with patience.

Wan K (es) wrote: Just for killing time.

Sharon R (es) wrote: i just simply love this film

Samuel K (au) wrote: some want this movie to fail. some think this is the best under the radar indie film... i'm not sure where i stand. i do think they pull of some things rather well. i think it addresses in a good way -- certain trends in cinema that tend to admire asian movies out of novelty rather than on the strength of their own merits. and... you know, it's kinda neato... the edits, the aimlessness, but on another day, it could all be quite annoying. i think maggie cheung was definitely the right lady for the role though...

Evan V (gb) wrote: Corny, but sweet... rather "vanilla." Worth seeing Laurel Holloman as a young butch.

Noel S (ag) wrote: One of the best. Beautiful African voices.

Jamie F (ru) wrote: The greatest Fat Boys movie ever!! Well, they were only in a few but STILL!!!

Mark D (us) wrote: Love this movie! This is Lizbeth Scott's very, very bad girl picture. Comparable to "Born to Be Bad", "Double Indemnity" and similar film noir movies. A must see for film noir fans, and it has recently been restored. The restored version was shown at the 2015 TCM Film Festival, and is scheduled to be aired on TCM in July 2015.