Cure 2004 Horror Movie Review
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In the tradition of Seven and Silence of the Lambs comes this genuinely spine-tingling horror/thriller from one of Japan’s most talked about filmmakers, Kiyoshi Kurosawa. Set in and around a bleak, decaying Tokyo, a series of murders have been committed by average, ordinary people who claim to have had no control over their horrifying actions. Following the only link—a mysterious stranger who had brief contact with each perpetrator/victim—detective Kenichi Takabe (Koji Yakusho, Shall We Dance, Warm Water Under A Red Bridge) places his own sanity on the line as he tries to end the wave of inexplicable terror.
About Cure (2004)
Kôji Yakusho, Tsuyoshi Ujiki, Masato Hagiwara, Anna Nakagawa, Yukijiro Hotaru,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
111 minutesDirector: Kiyoshi Kurosawa,
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