Suicide Club Reviews
Now after the best scene in the film is cleared, the rest of it becomes something of an enigma. Nothing psychological, but horribly ethical in a way that society throws us off wondering who we are and what our place is in this world they only control. You'll find yourself questioning the reasons behind the self-inflicted deaths which I must say every suicide scene was a deadly delight and well choreographed by Yoshihiro Nishimura who is well known in Japan in that gory department for his work in "The Machine Girl", "Tokyo Gore Police" and whatever bloody idea he gave for his "Mutant Girls Squad".
The performances from the cast including Ryo Ishibashi are just as natural as in any fairly acted movie, but Rolly Teranishi (a Japanese musician and music producer who played Muneo "Genesis" Suzuki) played his role provocatively appealing and could benefit from ones attention.
I didn't know much about the movie, except that it was considered a cult classic. But it was much more than that, it was such a weird and extremely interesting movie, that after doing some research, had a very impactful and rich meaning that tried to convey in a very odd and twisted way. But nonetheless, it's one of those movies that truly tries to mess with you, with what may seem a lot of random stuff, that eventually comes full circle when you least expect it.
~March 7, 2015~