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Original story by Yasushi AKIMOTO, writer of the mega hit movie One Missed Call (Chakushin Ari) series. As the project was in development with an idea of an “infectious song (Densen-Uta)”, one of the staff called out…”There was a real Densen-Uta!” He discovers on the internet of a song back in 1933, Hungary, which caused mysterious deaths of many people.

When Anzu Natsuno hears a hauntingly beautiful song come from the lips of a girl who just moments later commits suicide on her schools premises, she begins to look deeper into her school and the song. Meanwhile, Takashi, an editor at a B-grade subculture magazine, hears a rumor about a song that will cause its listeners to die. In half disbelief, he looks into the truth. But when Takashi runs across Anzu in his persuit, the two step closer towards the shocking truth.

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review by . October 17, 2010
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J-POP Group AKB48 Makes A Commentary About The Absurdity of Suicide In A Horror Film!
At first impression, Masato Harada’s “SUICIDE SONG” (2007, DENSEN UTA) may have strong similarities to Sion Sono’s “Suicide Club”. This film is written by Yasushi Akimoto who also wrote the Japanese original “One Missed Call” and the J-pop group AKB48 takes center stage in this film with a horror-subplot to spice things up. While the cult hit “Suicide Club” had strong elements such as gore, a cryptic plot and a powerful message about pop …
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