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Tag

Riaru onigokko

পরিচালনা করেছেন Sion Sono
জাপান, 2015
ভৌতিক সিনেমা

সারসংক্ষেপ

No Men in sight, only women… and something unthinkable is that girls kill girls! A bus full of high school girls are on their way to a school trip. A sudden gust of wind slices the bus in half, length-wise killing 40 girls in the blink of an eye, except Mitsuko our protagonist.

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Tag পরিচালনা করেছেন Sion Sono

পুরস্কার এবং উৎসব

Fantasia Film Festival

2015 | 2 জয়লাভ যার সাথে আছে: Best Film (Cheval Noir)

সমালোচকদের রিভিউ

Taken with its subtle use of video game logic, Tag explores the morality of final girl narratives and serves to call into question the mindsets of those who indulge in them. Still, its most poignant moments do not concern the explorations of this theme but rather the fleeting moments of Mitsuko with her friends. These interactions, more so than Sono’s “have your cake and eat it too” approach to exploitation cinema, best illustrate the film’s ambitions.
August 31, 2016
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  • Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film Tag

    A collision between classic existentialism & anxieties about the modern world, Tag might've benefited from a less indefinite coda, but it remains a work of delirious entertainment. The fluid narrative & inherent surrealism of the concept keep the audience guessing as to what strange phenomena is occurring, while the strong performances from its actors ensure the seesawing emotional transitions are always affecting.

  • HKFanatic's rating of the film Tag

    Nobody on earth makes movies quite like Sion Sono. Even so, I never imagined I'd ever see a film that channeled one part "The Matrix" and "Battle Royale" crossed with several parts Gregg Araki indie feature (the tender teenage romance, dreamy alternative rock soundtrack). "Tag" somehow feels longer than its 85 minute runtime, but its highs are still as deliriously high as just about anything Sono has produced.

  • msmichel's rating of the film Tag

    Sion Sono adds his sense of visual anarchy to the story by Yusuke Yamada with this often surreal, violent but very cool adaptation. As everyone dies around her Mitsuko finds herself the sole survivor again and again even as she changes identities like a game avatar. Mix in a little 'Matrix' and '2001' and you have this bizarre little film. Sono is truly a maverick working in many genres. Candy coloured anarchy.

  • Wee Hunk's rating of the film Tag

    "The Martians could land in the car park and no one would care. Closed-circuit cameras in department stores shoot the same movie every day. And the stars of these films neither die nor get killed Just survive constant action replay. And nothing ever happens, nothing happens at all. The needle returns to the start of the song And we all sing along like before. And we'll all be lonely tonight and lonely tomorrow."

  • Ostermyers's rating of the film Tag

    Actually, this film without Mono is like 4 or 4.5...WHATEVER ! Sono totally destroyed the "young women" archetype, literally.

  • polkasan's rating of the film Tag

    It's like Jean Cocteau on LSD. Sono Sion is a poet.

  • Nafisbelmont's rating of the film Tag

    Riaru onigokko is an 85 minutes of nonstop satire and metaphor. Misogynist is the word that revolves around sono before this film. but after watching this, i'm fully aware that strangely sono is a feminist. By using 3 sylph-like idols/models as the main casts, the message is quite clear that he despises fanboys and exploitative industry.

  • Joseph Sylvers's rating of the film Tag

    A girl runs from the wind. The wind slices people in half. The girl changes bodies, but is always pursued. This is the great game of horror cinema, which Sono deconstructs with the savage glee of Takashi Miike at his most abstract. I watched this without having any idea of what I was getting into and that magical moment of sheer surprise and wtf, is one of the main reasons I still watch movies.

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