Japan. Direction: Tetsuya Nakashima. Production: Tomoya Nishino, Masaki Kanehira, Genki Kawamura / Toho Pictures, Geek Sight. Screenplay: Tetsuya Nakashima, Hideto Iwai, Nobuhiro Monma. Photography: Ryoken Okamura. Edition: Yoshiyuki Koike. Cast: Junichi Okada, Nana Komatsu, Satoshi Tsumabuki, Haru Kuroki, Takako Matsu. Running time: 134 min.
LANGUAGE: Japanese / SUBTITLES: Spanish, English
Tetsuya is just like us. From Kamikaze Girls (2004) to the more recent The World of Kanako (2014). An inalienable visual style and domain of the key elements of horror that make his latest film like being immersed in an endless array of horror A happy couple in love. The husband receives a visit at work from someone very strange. This person's name turns out to be the same one that they picked out for their baby even though nobody knows that his wife is pregnant... This nightmare kicks off and will continue for two years. Tetsuya does away with the continuous narrative and his palette of colours becomes increasingly sinister. Remember, "when it calls you, you cannot escape". Oh, and it has a great soundtrack with K by Cigarettes After Sex.