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Film review: Sadako 3D #Cannes2012 | live Orange blog

Written by Hélène Luder Nivrae.fr

Sadako 3D, a film by Tsutomu Hanabusa, is the sequel to The Ring. The film was released in Japan on 12 May 2012, and we are waiting for a release date in France, probably via the Direct-to-DVD channel. The film was being shown at the Cannes Film Festival Market, and I took the opportunity to slip in among the distributors, producers and others to see the film at one of the small venues in Cannes. Sadako 3D is the adaptation of a novella by Koji Suzuki, the author of The Ring trilogy.

Synopsis: Akane Aikawa works as a teacher in a high school where there is a rumour about a video. The video, which is hosted on the internet, is supposed to show someone committing suicide. When one of Akane Aikawa’s students kills herself, she joins a very large number of other people…people who were trying to watch the video. This is when Akane Aikawa finds out that someone is trying to bring Sadako back to life!

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Look! Someone has posted up nice quality video of the Moshidora promo on King's Brunch. 

I wish that Moshidora would show in the West. I think it would be helpful if people would take an interest in basic management principles again instead of managing for the sake of profit only. With all the talk about online pirates, the real pirates are the CEOs and politicians who run companies and governments like boarding parties out to strip the community of everything valuable and then leave even their own crew marooned.  OK, that's enough politics from me! Watch the pretty people now!

remember to save it if you like it! )
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Look! Someone has posted up nice quality video of the Moshidora promo on King's Brunch. 

I wish that Moshidora would show in the West. I think it would be helpful if people would take an interest in basic management principles again instead of managing for the sake of profit only. With all the talk about online pirates, the real pirates are the CEOs and politicians who run companies and governments like boarding parties out to strip the community of everything valuable and then leave even their own crew marooned.  OK, that's enough politics from me! Watch the pretty people now!

remember to save it if you like it! )
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 baby or die!
 
I watched Big Man Japan when I got home from work. What a strange film. The first 9/10ths are in the form of a documentary about the last Japanese superhero. The final bit is surreal. I can't say I'm disappointed but I sure am confused!
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 baby or die!
 
I watched Big Man Japan when I got home from work. What a strange film. The first 9/10ths are in the form of a documentary about the last Japanese superhero. The final bit is surreal. I can't say I'm disappointed but I sure am confused!

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