After the death of his father, Chihiro (Shota Sometani) goes to live with older half-brother Togo (Kiyohiko Shibukawa). Although Togo and his girlfriend Satomi (Natsumi Seto) warmly take him in, Chihiro’s loneliness still lingers, and he becomes engrossed in practicing modern dance with classmate Naoya (Hoshi Ishida). However, disturbing events soon start to take place in the town where the two so innocently dance...
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"Touching the Skin of Eeriness" is in a way clever in its ludic elements convincing even the most skeptical, although the film appears to be a disgrace to others, with a character who appears to be a gay couple, does not reflect in any way the premise of which the director Was inspired.
It is necessary to understand the movements of the dance, to know for sure its real meaning, erroneous interpretations are motives for criticism, a film has a history behind that "bizarre" dance, so much that there will be a continuation, to then elucidate the incognito and all The reasons for this story.
"Touching the Skin of Eeriness" exaggerated in the confused and complex, for most viewers, a film must be balanced, not too easy and not too difficult to be understood, unfortunately this is a difficult, but nevertheless Interesting to some extent.