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"There has been a surge in the number of people killing themselves; a mysterious DVD is found on the bodies of the victims. Nozomi falls under the spell of a deadly cult. Yousuke, the policeman she is seeing, soon realizes that the cult has something to do with the DVD. Then one day all trace of the group disappear - along with Nozomi."

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Review Date: 28 March 2006 My Rating: out of 5


This ‘controversial and taboo breaking’ straight to DVD sequel to the boring original hits UK shores courtesy of Screen Entertainment’s new world cinema label TERRA which aims to release ‘World Cinema with Attitude’ and the film is slightly better than it’s predecessor thanks to the decent acting.

The film, like the first, is still visually over the top with crazy camera work and editing styles serving nothing to the story but managing to annoy the viewer no end.

The inclusion of a mysterious counselling group, and some new graphic ways of topping yourself add to the story, but it’s more of the same with the same terrible music choices and even the remix of the theme tune reeks.

Nothing to get too excited about but it’s a slick little package that TERRA should be proud of; after all, they didn’t make the film.

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