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"An amazing feat of animation, a stylish psychological thriller... creates an increasingly terrifying world and pulls you into it with the effectiveness of a Hitchcock suspense classic" - Kevin Thomas, LA Times
In the world of make believe - the price of fame may not be worth the cost of identity
pop singer Mima Kirigoe looks forth to a bright new career when she quits her chart-topping trio to become an actress. When she lands a role in a sexually charged murder mystery, Mima"s life begins to fall apart. Reality and hallucinations merge into a terrifying netherworld where innocence is lost and dreams become nightmares.
Quickly descending into a dangerous state of paranoid delusions, Mima discovers Internet sites describing every intimate detail of her life. Helpless and afraid, she watches as her associates are threatened and killed by a mysterious stalker.
In the tradition of great suspense masters, director Satoshi Kon (Memories), special advisor Katsuhiro Otomo (Akira) and Madhouse Studios (Ninja scroll), bring Yoshikazu Takeuchi's thrilling suspense novel to the screen, in a tour de force that brings animation to a bold new level.
Features:<UL><LI>Digitally mastered<LI>Dolby digital 5.1 Surround Sound English<LI>English and Japanese audio<LI>English subtitles<LI>Interview with director Satoshi Kon<LI>Voice-actor Interviews<LI>Original Theatrical trailer<LI>Musical Photo Gallery<LI>Behind-the-Scenes Performances<LI>Bonus Audio Track<LI>Manga 2000 Previews<LI>Manga Web Link<LI>Region 2 - PAL</UL>
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"Instant classic anime thriller." by Daigo (Belgium) on Sep 6, 2005
Perfect Blue showcases the world of teen pop idol Mima who wants to become an actor.
Acting isn't what she thought it would be though.
She is pushed to risqué photoshoots and more adult roles. E.g. She even has to record a rape scene for a soap opera.
This angers her former teen idol identity and she starts to really bother the real Mima, but is this really her alter ego? Is Mima starting to go insane?
Brilliant storytelling which makes you think about modern society in a different way.
"Scary.." by realex (Norway) on Jun 10, 2004
Creepy movie.. Good music and alot of thrill..