Suicide Club

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    Suicide Club is a horror-suspense and comedy film inspired by a mass suicide event that happened prior to the movie. It was directed by Sion Sono and was first released on March 9, 2002, by TLA Releasing. It starred Ryo Ishibashi, Takashi Nomura, and Hideo Sako.

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      Director:
      Sion Sono
      Icon Duration
      Duration:
      1 hour, 39 minutes
      Icon Genre
      Genre:
      Drama/Mystery
      Icon Stars
      Stars:
      3.8

      3 comments

      • #1
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        Anonymous
        June 11, 2018
        "The theme used for this movie was made to address the seriously increasing suicidal rates that the people of Japan has been experiencing. Aside from the fact that this is a film representation of a true event it scared the hell out of me simply because the events that happened within the film could be linked to true events. Terrifying."
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      • #2
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        Anonymous
        June 12, 2018
        "Thrilling, bloody, shocking like all other Japanese horror movies are. If you don't care much for the plot they this movie would score a 10 out of 10 for you. It's not overall terrible since it made me cover my eyes on more than a few occasions but there are so many unanswered questions after the movie ended."
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        What are the best movies about suicide
      • #3
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        Anonymous
        July 9, 2018
        "This event inspired by true events in Japan is really sad and disturbing."
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        What are the best Japanese horror films

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