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I'm Coming to Get You

Details

  • Country: Japan
  • Type: Movie
  • Release Date: Dec 15, 2012
  • Duration: 1 hr. 26 min.
  • Genres: Crime, Drama, Mature
  • Rating: 18+/R - Restricted Screening (nudity & violence)

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  • Ranked: #99999
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I'm Coming to Get You (2012)

Synopsis

The movie consists of five different segments:

Segment "Watashi no Shishuu"
On the way home from the school, high school student Nao buys a collection of poems from a homeless man. She becomes touched by the poems in the book. Even though her boyfriend Satoru tries to stop her, Nao tells the homeless guy how touched she is by the poems. Since that day, the homeless guy gets closer and closer to read moreNao's home.

Segment "Omake"
Orie buys a photo book at an old book store. She is so happy. Orie then makes a phone call to her boyfriend Tomoki. At that time, she finds a DVD within the photo book. Orie becomes curious about the DVD and plays it on her TV. Orie isn't prepared for what she is about to see.

Segment "Yaa, Kataoka!"
On the way to work, Chie receives a call from a strange man. The caller tells her about her lost pencil case, which she lost back in elementary school. Chie believes that the man might be Ootomo, who was her classmate back then. He tells her that he has found her pencil case.

Segment "Sayonara, O〜Er"
Natsumi needs to use the restroom badly. She rides off on her bicycle to find a public bathroom. When she is about to enter the bathroom, a girl (Akiho Ohtsubo) tells Natsumi that the bathroom is dangerous. Natsumi, needing to use the bathroom immediately, goes in anyway.

Ima, Yari ni Yukimasu
On her way back home, Misuzu's life is threatened. She manages to get home. A phone call then arrives with the incoming number blocked. Misuzu answers the call and hears a frightening man's voice telling her "now, going to kill".

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