Sean O’Hare’s review published on Letterboxd:
So absolutely hypnotizing from start to finish that there were points where I was so lost in what was happening on screen that I was starting to not even care about the plot. Then the second half of this happens and I swear you literally cannot even prepare yourself for it. Threw this in my watchlist about a year ago (Thank you Tao and Bad Taste) and I just never got around to watching it. The kind of movie where you have no choice but going in blind because it barely exists to begin with. Mari Shirato is gorgeous.