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  • Actors: Masami Akimoto, Masanobu Asakawa, Mito Awano, Yuuki Awano, Yukari Endo
  • Directors: Kei Fujiwara
  • Writers: Kei Fujiwara
  • Producers: Yasuyuki Mineta
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Tokyo Shock
  • DVD Release Date: June 12, 2007
  • Run Time: 104 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000O76TOU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #303,710 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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A man known as the bloodthirsty killer roams the forest. The sound of water flowing deep beneath the earth fills his mind. He hears an unknown voice, passing through the depths of his unconscious – his id – emanating from the murmuring of the underground stream. Captivated by this voice, the man descends beneath the woods and is swept away by raging river waters, flowing high in the midst of a storm, and is picked up by a small-town steel mill along the bank of the river. In front of this factory, just next to a pig farm, there is an ancient waterway held together by a large spigot. The waterway resonates with the heat of the water in the man’s most primal desires, his id. Before long, terrible incidents begin occurring amongst the frugal people of the mill, until one morning it is discovered that the factory manager has been beaten to death. The criminal is a female employee of the mill, and it is her voice that has summoned the man here. The hatred and sorrow of these two, drawn together in the realm of their id, bring s about the appearance of the "Human-hog" monster, which resonates a foul stench. At that moment, the ex-detective who has been pursuing the man arrives at the mill town, as if summoned by fate.

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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Jeff D. Hill on July 23, 2008
Format: DVD
...and soooo good for being just that. i must admit my favorite genre of film is one that may not even exist - cracked out. i love it, the stranger, more grotesque and incoherent a film is, the more i seem to love it.

As far as a plot or storyline of this movie is concerned there really isn't much to tell, and reading the blurb on the back of dvd case won't do too much to help the viewer dicipher what exactly it is that they're watching or give many clues as to what exactly is going on. Each sceen seems to exist simply to open the door for more violence, more extremism, and more confusion. Perhaps the last ten minutes or so show a real attempt to convey an idea or reason for all the scenes that preceeded it but honestly i don't love the movie for the message or it's attempt to tie everything together, i love it for it's bizaare randomness and incoherent progression of cracked out images.

Seeing as to how difficult it is to explain this movie i thought i would compare it to some other cracked out films i enjoy. video quality is somewhere between Gozu and Meatbsll Machine- like Kichiku, but not as well shot. Believe me though, this only adds to the film. The story is more random than Gozu or Crazylips and is in fact, so random that it makes Gummo come across as a very linear story. Think Izo, but without the repeditive theme. It's definetly a low budget flick but like i said earlier, this only adds to the overall feeling of the film and doesn't detract from the story like Meatball Machine does (hated it) - if it had better more realistic effects i don't know that the film would have been any better and quite honestly, it probably would have failed where this one succeeds.

Bottom line, i can't rememeber the last time i said WTF so many times in such a short time span. Definetly not for some, but gold for "crack heads" like myself. Highly recommended
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on June 6, 2014
Format: DVD
This is an odd tale I had difficulty comprehending. It appears to be a critique of the teachings of Amida Buddha who claim man is higher than animals. The film presents men as no better than animals and appears to mock the theology/philosophy of the teachings by utilizing a pig farm/slaughter house. Humans are reduced to primitive roles involving rape, killing, incest, and voyeurism. Unfortunately it was done in such a haphazard matter there was no real plot to follow.

For a special viewer, which didn't include me.

English subtitles.

Parental Guide: No F-bombs. Sex and nudity and not that pretty.
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Caleb T on June 22, 2011
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Ah yes. ID, the super ego. ID is directed by Kei Fujiwara who stared in Tetsuo. The film definetly had an effect on her or atleast expressed her intrest in the strange, artistic, and macarbe which comes out in this film. It plays like a dream. Things dont always make sense. The story revolves around a rural small town, but more focused on a group of pig famers/slaughterers. each charcter has quirk in some way, all of them misfits. The film itself realies less on plot and more on emotion and imagery. the result is strange and beautiful. thers tinges of black humor that makes you feel uncomfortable also. all in all, for the price its a definte pick up. but if you're looking for Ju-On or Ringu you'd best avoid it. definetly for the artistic and open minded.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By melissa on February 15, 2013
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Ok, maybe I just dont get it.... Seriously though, this movie was like watching a freak show of braying jackasses and rediculous fake blood. This movie obviously was meant to be random and weird, I just wasn't able to even finish this movie. I want a refund and an apology from the writer of this movie for wasting a half hour of my life watching this crap.
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