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Inju


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  • Format: NTSC
  • Studio: Mongrel Media
  • Release Date: July 7 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0027GS5AW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,529 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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By tracker on Dec 23 2012
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A stylish thriller...the protagonist fancies himself as a amateur psychologist who has insights into the mind of the "villain" just because he has studied and lectured on the literature of the miscreant...in his hubris he arrogantly assumes that even though he is French he knows the mind and psyche of his Japanese antagonist...the fallout is spectacular.......the movie is well filmed and held my attention to the very end...the denouement was unexpected..I found the "bath house scene " tastefully filmed and incredibly erotic...not for what it actually showed but what it suggested..I got hooked..well worth seeing in my opinion
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By Tania Sekulov on March 2 2011
A very enjoyable and suspenseful thriller that keeps you guessing right until the end. I am a big fan of Benoit Magimel which is what attracted me to the movie. He is great in this film and looks gorgeous as usual. Any Benoit fan will not be disappointed. I highly recommend it.
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"Inju", a film based on writings of Edogawa Rampo, is an amazing horror film. Coming from me, someone who detests the genre, it's a great compliment. It keeps you on the edge from the very beginning till the very end, showing the kind of evil only Japanese mentality could ever create, the evil for which the human life has no value at all. Usually, horror films are just silly. This one is one of very few quality examples.
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This is one of the best-looking films I've seen this year and the opening sequence is inspired. The intriguing, if far-fetched premise makes for gripping viewing initially and the theme of stories, storytellers and the blurring of reality and fiction is undeniably thought-provoking.

Alas, the plot holes become ever more evident and the film falters with the introduction of a new major character. The climactic revelation plays reasonably fair with the viewer but does not live up to the initial mystery. Overall, the film is well worth seeing but it could have been outstanding with a stronger third act.
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A first Class Thriller March 14 2014
By Anthony Dibenedetto - Published on Amazon.com
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I thought this was a well acted, and written movie. I would recommend. it. The Japanese actress was beautiful, and convincing. Tony D.

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