I (Yuko Takeuchi) is a mystery novel writer. I receive a letter from Kubo (Ai Hashimoto), a reader of her novel and a university student. Her letter states that she hears odd sounds from the room where she lives now. I becomes interested by the letter and they being to investigate. I and Kubo learn of people that lived in the apartment and their experiences including a suicide and murder.Add Synopsis In Portuguese
"The Inerasable" is a reasonable combination of a classic "ghost" story with the most realistic approach, where one tries to understand everything and the subsequent investigation. For a while this was quite interesting. In addition, the first two minutes were really great, and a story of little effective terror in itself. The scary ones were well placed, and there were some really tense moments. The scary elements were well made, very effective and also rich in variety, with the dark creatures gave a particular highlight. Unfortunately, after a promising and effective start, the film began to exaggerate somewhat with the incursions in the past. I liked the way the movie finally ended, although it is quite typical. Overall though it has been a bit long satisfying to lovers of the genre.