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Perfect Blue

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The movie centers on Mima Kirigoe, the lead singer of the fictional J-pop idol group 'CHAM!', worshipped by the masses until fashion dictated otherwise. But when she decides to leave the group to become an actress, her sense of reality is shaken when she is stalked by an obsessed fan and seemingly a ghost of her past.
Actors: TĂ´ru Furusawa,
TĂ´ru Furusawa
TĂ´ru Furusawa 3 August 1962, Kumamoto, Japan
Takashi Nagasako,
Takashi Nagasako
Takashi Nagasako 24 February 1964, Tokyo, Japan
Rica Matsumoto,
Rica Matsumoto
Rica Matsumoto 30 November 1968, Yokohama, Japan
KĂ´ichi TĂ´chika,
KĂ´ichi TĂ´chika
KĂ´ichi TĂ´chika 20 October 1971, Yamaguchi, Japan
Jin Yamanoi,
Jin Yamanoi
Jin Yamanoi 16 November 1962, Tokyo, Japan
Aya Hara,
Aya Hara
Aya Hara
Osamu Hosoi,
Osamu Hosoi
Osamu Hosoi 22 November 1964, Saitama, Japan
Shokkâ Ôno,
Shokkâ Ôno
Shokkâ Ôno
Shiho Niiyama,
Shiho Niiyama
Shiho Niiyama 21 March 1970, Nara, Japan
Akio Suyama,
Akio Suyama
Akio Suyama
Yoku Shioya,
Yoku Shioya
Yoku Shioya 24 June 1958, Kagoshima, Japan
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Genre: MusicalAnimationHorror
Director: Satoshi Kon
Satoshi Kon
Satoshi Kon 12 October 1963, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan
Country: Japan
Release: 1997
IMDb: 8.0
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Duration: 81 min
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TheFilmFile.com
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January 01, 2000

A wildly inventive creation that is just about as adult as an animated film can get, and at times, I even started to forget that it was, in fact, animated.
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ChrisStuckmann.com
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April 17, 2015

A definite example that animated films can truly stimulate the mind, Perfect Blue is not for the faint of heart.
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TheMovieReport.com
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January 01, 2000

With the freedom of animation comes a more effective blurring of fantasy and reality.
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Cinematic Reflections
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August 19, 2006

[An] nime thriller [that] often plays as an examination of identity and celebrity, but ultimately gets so lost in its own complex structure that it doesn't end up saying much at all.
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Film Journal International
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January 01, 2000

A must-see for fans of Japanese animation, and might make the genre a few converts.
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Lessons of Darkness
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May 04, 2005

Quite enthralling.
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Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)
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January 09, 2016

The mood is spot-on, then deliriously spottier. As Mima's sense of what's real dissolves, the film spins mirror-plates of possible realities, shattering them on the set of Mima's film before a B-movie-ish action-climax and a too-pat whodunit? reveal.
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ESplatter
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July 05, 2008

The film has style and then some -- maybe too much, in fact, but the visual interest always remains high, and the storyline is intriguing.
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Netflix
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November 07, 2002

Animated Japanese thriller about the price of fame is rich, deep and dark.
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Common Sense Media

December 15, 2010

Popular anime is mature/violent, despite sunny art style.
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New Times

June 12, 2003

Satoshi Kon has created a taut, tense thriller that's a lot more coherent than many sci-fi animes, and deftly weaves several levels of reality up until the twist ending.
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Panorama
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February 06, 2007

Kon signe d'une main de maître un thriller enlevant et chaotique dont la nature déjantée et le goût pour les effets théâtraux rappellent le Dario Argento des belles années
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