The Suicide Manual

(Japanese Movie)
The Suicide Manual (DVD) Japanese Movie

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  • Video
  • NTSC Fullscreen
  • Audio
  • Japanese
  • Subtitle
  • English , Chinese
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
  • Region code All

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  • Title : The Suicide Manual
  • Listing date : 30 Aug 2007
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Directed by
  • Osamu Fukutani
  • Cast by
  • Chisato Morishita , Kenji Mizuhashi , Yuuko Nakamura , Ayaka Maeda , Hideo Sakaki , Nozomi Ando , Kei Horie , Saya Hagiwara
  • Synopsis
  • The Suicide Manual begins with the aftermath of a suicide pact where four people have died together in a dingy apartment. When the police arrive on the scene, they come across a mysterious DVD with an all-black label. Meanwhile, documentary filmmaker Yuu (Kenji Mizuhashi) and his assistant director Rie (model Chisato Morishita) are working to put together a special for a tabloid TV show, and while Yuu is looking to produce a serious piece on group suicide, his boss wants something sensational in order to cash in on the attention the suicides have been garnering in the media.

    While filming at the apartment where the group suicide took place, Yuu and Rie run into a teenager named Nanami (Ayaka Maeda), who explains that she had been at the apartment and intended to die as well, but left when Ricky, the author of the so-called "Suicide Manual," failed to show up. The manual turns out to be one of those black DVDs the cops found -- a cross between an infomercial and solemn performance art, filled with suggestion..

  • Synopsis
  • The Suicide Manual begins with the aftermath of a suicide pact where four people have died together in a dingy apartment. When the police arrive on the scene, they come across a mysterious DVD with an all-black label. Meanwhile, documentary filmmaker Yuu (Kenji Mizuhashi) and his assistant director Rie (model Chisato Morishita) are working to put together a special for a tabloid TV show, and while Yuu is looking to produce a serious piece on group suicide, his boss wants something sensational in order to cash in on the attention the suicides have been garnering in the media.

    While filming at the apartment where the group suicide took place, Yuu and Rie run into a teenager named Nanami (Ayaka Maeda), who explains that she had been at the apartment and intended to die as well, but left when Ricky, the author of the so-called "Suicide Manual," failed to show up. The manual turns out to be one of those black DVDs the cops found -- a cross between an infomercial and solemn performance art, filled with suggestion..