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Shy outcast Kokoro has been avoiding school for weeks when she discovers a portal in her bedroom mirror. She reaches through and finds herself transported to an enchanting castle where she is joined by six other students. When a girl in a wolf mask explains that they have been invited to play a game, the teens must work together to uncover the mysterious connection that unites them. However, anyone who breaks the rules will be eaten by a wolf.

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Chisato and Mahiro were banned from performing tasks because they violated the organization’s rules?! Needing money to make…

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Are they the ones we dream of, or the ones we fail to see among us?

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An aspiring dancer moves to New York City and becomes caught up in a whirlwind of flighty fair-weather…

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Witness the origin of the next great jazz legend.

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 This avant-garde science fiction masterpiece, based on the novel by Kobo Abe, explores the profound existential crisis of an anonymous man whose disfigured face becomes the canvas for a provocative experiment in identity and empathy. Shot in crisp black and white, this cinematic exploration of the human condition remains a thought-provoking and visually arresting experience.

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We’re thrilled to include this groundbreaking Japanese silent film that defies conventions and plunges viewers into the depths of madness and despair. “A Page of Madness” is testament to the power of visual storytelling and cinematic experimentation.

Set within the walls of a mental asylum in Japan, the film follows the story of a janitor (Masao Inoue) who takes a job at the institution in order to be closer to his wife (Yoshie Nakagawa), a former performer who has been institutionalized after suffering a mental breakdown. As the janitor navigates the eerie corridors of the asylum, he encounters a cast of characters haunted by their own inner demons, including patients, doctors, and nurses.

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Shocking. Powerful. Scandalous. Provocative. Erotic. Brilliant.

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There are no clean getaways.

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