Tomie: Unlimited

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"Exist everywhere. Extend everywhere."
  • NR
  • 2011
  • 1 hr 26 min
  • 4.7  (914)

Tomie: Unlimited is a 2011 Japanese horror movie, directed by Noboru Iguchi and based on the Tomie manga series by Junji Ito. The movie tells the story of Tsukiko Izumisawa, a high school student whose life changes dramatically after her older sister, Tomie, dies. Tsukiko had always idolized Tomie, who was beautiful, popular and outgoing. However, after Tomie's death, Tsukiko and her family begin to experience strange phenomena, such as Tomie's body not decaying and her presence continuing to haunt them.

As Tsukiko tries to uncover the truth about Tomie's death, she discovers that there may have been more to her sister's life than she realized. Tsukiko becomes obsessed with Tomie, and her behavior slowly starts to mimic that of her deceased sister.

The movie is a fascinating psychological horror that explores themes such as obsession, identity, and the struggles of teenage life. It explores the desire for acceptance, and the consequences of giving in to unhealthy obsessions.

One of the most impressive aspects of Tomie: Unlimited is its visual style. The movie employs a combination of practical and digital effects, creating some truly impressive imagery. The scenes in which Tomie's body refuses to decompose are particularly grotesque and disturbing, but also strangely beautiful.

The performances of the three main actresses, Moe Arai as Tsukiko, Miu Nakamura as Tomie, and Aika Ohta as Tsukiko's friend Yukiko, are all excellent. Arai, in particular, gives a standout performance as a troubled teenager consumed by her sister's shadow.

The plot of the movie is complex and full of twists and turns. It keeps the viewer engaged with multiple mysteries to unravel, and extra details to learn as the story unfolds. The narrative is not easy to follow, but the ambiguity adds to the mystery and horror of the story.

Overall, Tomie: Unlimited is an enthralling horror movie with many intriguing layers to its plot. It's a unique and thoughtful take on the Tomie story, with high-quality visuals and a strong cast to boot. Fans of horror, psychological thrillers, and the works of Junji Ito will all find something to enjoy in this movie.

Tomie: Unlimited is a 2011 horror movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 26 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.7.

Tomie: Unlimited
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    4.7  (914)