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Drawing magna-style comics is Angelas passion, but it wont get the dreamy, 18 year-old blonde out of her European hometown. Hungry for adventure, Angela spontaneously takes up the idea of Japanese DJ Yamamoto, whom she meets at her graduation party and flies to Tokyo to work as a hostess. Tokyo instantly casts its spell on the impressionable youth and her comics soon turn into animes threatening, violent action comics that unreel before her eyes with terrifying vividness. Angela plunges into a dark story of cruelty and murder, of naive young European women swallowed up into the brightly lit nights of downtown Tokyo, of men so powerful that even the police steer clear of them.
A very cute story about a girl that makes her way in Japan as a foreigner. I've been wanting to watch this movie for a while and I finally got to watch it.Published 11 months ago by Long Vo
The main actress has some screen presence but the story goes nowhere. And then the ending ruined what little there was to like about the movie. Read morePublished 12 months ago by jswap
Great concept for a movie. Slightly rambling execution. Got the feeling that the film maker had never been to Japan and was operating on someone else's knowledge.Published 20 months ago by James Griffiths
Surreal and listless story of a teenage Belgium girl who goes to Tokyo and finds herself a one of several blonde hostesses in a bar catering to Japanese businessmen. Read morePublished on March 8, 2011 by J. A. Eyon
At a certain point in childhood, most of develop a mental block that tells us when an idea is just too fantastical to be true. Even if it is. Read morePublished on September 7, 2008 by EA Solinas
In order to appreciate this film, it's good to know that it was the intention of the director to tell the story through the heroine's perspective - as a young manga cartoon artist,... Read morePublished on March 26, 2008 by Chasmodai
This is an artisitic and visually appealing movie.
The main character is an angelic teenage girl who is an aritist. Read more
Video:Anamorphic 1.85:1, Non-Progressive, NTSC. Picture is normal in this dvd spec. / Sound:English(include of some japanese ^^) DD 5.1 & DD 2.0, Sound is not bad. Read morePublished on February 2, 2007 by PARK SANG TAE