In a secluded snow covered mountainous area, Ryoichi Kakiuchi (Eita) lives alone, completely disconnected from the rest of the world, and makes cigar triggered bombs. He mails out the bombs to corporate executives. Ryoichi hopes to break the Japanese social system. He then decides to send his last bomb to the Prime Minister of Japan. On that night, his older brother (Yosuke Kubozuka), who is thought to have killed himself, appears infront of Ryoichi. From his brother's appearance, Ryoichi Kakiuchi learns of his family's secret and that which is related to his fate.
- Native title: モンスターズクラブ
- Genres: Psychological
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I don't know if it's because it's short .
the story should have been divided into two , one about his family & one about his thoughts .
also they didn't give me a chance to live his misery and sympthy for him
I don't know why the rush
I liked the story & I wish it will be done again in more detailed and better way..
have to mention I loved the music ..
I think the actors tried their best anyway.
I admit this movie is not the most stimulating for people interested in hormone-crazed types drama characters but this movie is truly a breathtaking film if you sit down to watch it without any pre-conceived notions or expectations.
I think in this type of film different people will have different perspectives of this movie. Some may think that this is a movie showing political revolution or economic oppression or any other possibility. For me it was the journey of a man from a life of familial bliss to going through depression and possibly hallucinations and how he coped with it.
This is truly an intriguing film for the creative souls and art lovers. It may also stimulate you if you are into philosophy or human psychology. But fair warning, you will definitely not finish the 72 minutes with a sense of closure. For me Toshiaki Toyoda has worked magic and the cast, story, music and performance are all amazing and applause worthy.