King Of Thorn (Ibara no O) (2010)

King Of Thorn (Ibara no O) (2010)





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A mysterious virus, nicknamed Medusa, is spreading around Japan, turning its victims into stone. Given the impossibility of finding an immediate cure, the government opts for cryopreserving a select group of patients until they come up with a solution. Kasumi, one of the chosen ones, has been asleep for years and her awakening, more than a bed of roses, is a bed of thorns, and happens in the midst of total chaos where monstrous creatures lie in wait all around.
Animation , Art House & International , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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If you read the manga, do not see this movie. It was so incredibly different from the books that it may as well have been a completely separate entity all together. If you have not read the manga, I imagine it actually isn't terrible.

Holly Loberg
Holly Loberg

Survivors flee from monsters in an underground vault. #Anime #Psychological #Drama @suite9229

Ed Collins
Ed Collins

A wonderfully imaginative movie, putting a spin on the familiar tale of Sleeping Beauty. An unstoppable and uncurable virus is spreading throughout the world, and a select few are chosen to be put in cold sleep until a cure is found. But all is not as it seems... Kings of Thorns has it all---with plenty of action, depth and great characters.

Alex Carawan
Alex Carawan

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