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Ratings & Reviews

  1. FISCHER's rating of the film Typhoon Club

    Pas vraiment de quoi s'affoler et de crier au chef-d'oeuvre, comme certains. Un film souvent ennuyeux et prétentieux dans ses propos et sa réalisation... www.cinefiches.com

  2. Anthony De Luca's rating of the film Typhoon Club

    The duality of youth. Smart yet stupid. Innocent yet savage. Beautiful yet ugly. An important film. Fun yet terrifying.

  3. Royce Jr.'s rating of the film Typhoon Club

  4. Kotryna's rating of the film Typhoon Club

    looks a lot like the "breakfast club" but eastern cinema dramatic

  5. Ostermyers's rating of the film Typhoon Club

    When innocence fall apart.

  6. José Neves's rating of the film Typhoon Club

  7. Holyphool's rating of the film Typhoon Club

    Poetic, unsettling and often nightmarish piece about a group of teenagers holed-up in a high school dealing with their own out-of-control lives, crushes, madnesses, loneliness and isolation as a typhoon descends. Fragmented sequences intercut with the storm as the kids meltdown increases include a prolonged savage near-rape (shades of Wakamatsu) and brilliant musical numbers by the girls. Disturbing, brilliant.

  8. Gondo's rating of the film Typhoon Club

    Such a gentle and at the same time wild examination of the fragile and always searching/confusing inner workings of teenagers. And those numerous dance scenes are just fantastic. One of my favorite Japaneses films of the 80s.

  9. Corriel's rating of the film Typhoon Club

    This film is one of the coolest in the "teenagers going wild" genre. It also brilliantly features the weird phases of adolescence with Shinji Sōmai's usual dynamic and refreshing style.