The Suicide Song (2007)





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Director Masato Harada takes the helm for this eerie horror film concerning a song that inspires listeners to take their own lives. The year was 1933, and Hungarian composer Rezs Seress was stuck in a slump. In order to cope with his depression, Seress composed a melancholy little ditty entitled "Gloomy Sunday". According to legend, this sad but beautiful song has inspired many a forlorn soul to succumb to their inner malaise. Seventy years after the fact, it seems that "Gloomy Sunday" still has the power to corrode the soul. A woman named Kana has suffered a mysterious death, leaving her two friends Anzu and Riku to make sense of a seemingly random tragedy. Upon learning of the urban legend surrounding Seress's downbeat ditty, Anzu and Riku discover a disturbing pattern. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Art House & International , Horror
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Suicide Song was interesting but not scary. It has some beautiful scenes in it. Some creepiness and the story really isn't complicated. Although it took me a bit to figure out who's singing the suicide song that kills people.

Holly F.
Holly F.

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