The Complex (Kuroyuri danchi)
- 106 min
- Directed by: Hideo Nakata
- Cast: Atsuko Maeda, Hiroki Narimiya, Masanobu Katsumura
- Language: Japanese
Hideo Nakata (Ring, Dark Water) returns with this horror about a young student who moves to a new housing complex and gets caught up in the mysterious lives and deaths of her neighbours.
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A master of Japanese horror returns.
Hideo Nakata (The Ring, Dark Water) is back with a new experiment in nerve-shattering terror. Young student Asuka has just moved with her family into a new housing complex. Strange sounds indicate that all is not well there. Soon Asuka becomes involved with the fates of two neighbours: an elderly hermit and a young boy who constantly plays alone… A subtle exercise in mounting suspense that leads to a ferocious climax.
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