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In a future ruled by an unwavering dedication to good health, three high school girls led by the defiant Miach Mihie attempt suicide as the ultimate act of rebellion. Tuan Kirie survives, but can't shake the hatred she has for the "perfect world" she lives in.
Years later, a simultaneous mass suicide rocks the globe and sends society into a state of shock. A small group stands up to take credit for the event, claiming they've hijacked the consciousness of every person on the planet. Everything about the terrorists' message sounds too familiar to Tuan. She suspects her old friend Miach might be involved, but how could that be when she'd supposedly killed herself years earlier? Desperate for answers, Tuan launches an investigation that takes her across the globe chasing the ghost of her old friend. But what is Miach's end game? Will she finally wake the world from its monotonous slumber? Or, end it all for good?
Contains the Film on Blu-Ray with both the English dub and the original Japanese track with English subtitles.
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Its shortcoming is that it claims to be making a more positive contribution than it actually makes.
It uses pretentious quotations from contemporary philosophers and visual imagery relating to modern obsessions, people-trafficking, abuse of women, suppression of minorities in war zones and manipulation of events by powerful secret research agencies. Because of the range of these references it loses its focus and settles for an ambiguous quasi-religious musical accompaniment of an open ending.
However, the issues are there, and raising awareness of them even in a slightly dodgy way is better than succumbing to the pressure that exists to dumb down debate to the point where voices of criticism and dissent are systematically marginalized,
So it has some thoughtful value as well as a taut, fast-moving plot
I found the moral issues this film raises most disturbing. These views are not usually discussed, or even mentioned, and this film takes time to air them. Can you have too much kindness? I don't know, I can't work it out. A hard film to watch, but I'm glad I made the effort. At least, I think so...
The film is literally just the protagonist going somewhere, having people tell her stuff, then going somewhere else to have other people tell her stuff. The protagonist herself isn't terribly likeable either, she's so obsessed with her "dead" girlfriend, that it feels like she doesn't even have a personality of her own, and the fact that nobody gets any real character development is also a massive detriment to the film.
Overall it's just not a very enjoyable movie to sit through.