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Suicide Club

Jisatsu sâkuru

পরিচালনা করেছেন Sion Sono
জাপান, 2001
ভৌতিক সিনেমা, থ্রিলার

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A wave of unexplainable suicides sweeps across Tokyo after 54 smiling high school girls join hands and throw themselves from a subway platform into an oncoming train. Are the jumpers part of a cult? What is the connection to the website that chronicles suicides…before they happen?

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Suicide Club পরিচালনা করেছেন Sion Sono

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What Sono’s captured here is the lunatic spirit of the age: Suicide Club is one of the great expressions of 21st Century psychosis, along with films like Richard Kelly’s Southland Tales and Fruit Chan’s The Midnight After—films that actively resist the demands not just of traditional narrative or tastefulness, but that embrace the anti-rationality of the hyper-real. Virtual concepts can become tangible and malignant—and pop music will destroy, or save, us all.
August 15, 2016
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It has thinly veiled leads, but the film ultimately works as a bizarre ensemble piece. In a world where characters want to cease their existence, to latch onto their individuality would be counterintuitive.
July 28, 2016
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  • HKFanatic's rating of the film Suicide Club

    Released one year after Kiyoshi Kurosawa's similarly-themed "Kairo," this film may not offer as profound an examination of urban loneliness, but it's still a rabbit hole I happily tumble down every so many years. Sion Sono clearly anticipated the wave of dissociation that would result from our constantly connected, social media-driven existence. Here, the descent into Lynchian abstraction makes perfect sense.

  • Nicholas Gregory's rating of the film Suicide Club

    Suicide Club favors plot over storytelling techniques, like characterization and empathy, and it's even unfocused in its plotline. However. it connects to the viewer through instinctual understanding: as we too are human and have dealt with these same +/- emotions in our own lives. Striking concepts/scenes, and meticulously crafted in ideas and questions with the answers in codes and symbols. Yet, it's at a distance.

  • Michael H.'s rating of the film Suicide Club

    An erratic work whose turns become more and more fascinatingly vaguer, and feels similar to the superior 6 part mini-series MPD Psycho by Takashi Miike. It is a fascinating and engaging watch, but its value is not really any deep themes, which are there and probably resonate much more for its original Japanese audience, but as an abstract journey through the country's pop culture and its culture on suicide.

  • Kelvane's rating of the film Suicide Club

    This is a fascinating film. I felt an exhilaration during the suicide scenes with the actors huddled in around the railways. There was this undeniable, nervous energy emanating from them and you wondered, will they jump? It almost felt like Sono was tinkering a bit with the fourth wall and audience during these scenes which had a documentary-type feel to them. Interesting picture.

  • Risya's rating of the film Suicide Club

    Contains severe visually gore scenes especially the opening train sequence, it was horrifyingly unforgettable. I mean, who can ever forget a scene where 54 schoolgirls throw themselves in front of an oncoming subway train?! This film asks a whole lot of really hard questions, but doesn't commit itself to giving any clear answer to any of the questions that it poses.

  • Christopher M. Jones's rating of the film Suicide Club

    This might've become one of my favorite movies if it had ended up making any Goddamn sense. As it stands an intriguing mystery is totally disregarded for a wave of Jordowsky-by-way-of-Cronenberg imagery during the last quarter. Phenomenal as a mindfuck, kind of shitty as an actual movie.

  • Mugino's rating of the film Suicide Club

    Hailing this a masterpiece is giving Sono way too much credit but I wouldn't call it garbage either. I can appreciate what he was aiming for. He just doesn't quite deliver because he gets side-tracked with some self-indulgent detours that weaken the overall film. More ruthless editing could have made this a much tighter, cleverly subversive film. As it is, I'm glad it's over.

  • Gabe's rating of the film Suicide Club

    I'm open to the idea that I just don't understand Japanese culture enough to get this one, but it felt like a fascinating premise and plot that dissolved into nothing. Not just unsatisfying, but totally pointless.

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