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SIREN (1985)

Sci-Fi
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
85 mins.

Directed by: Ryuichi Takano
Minayo Watanabe, Riu Kawamatsu

Sirens are legendary ghosts that live for eternity by sucking the spirit out of men. They skillfully lure men by using their bodies as bait, reducing their victims to mummified corpses.

SIREN II (1994)

Sci-Fi
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
80 mins.

Directed by: Mitsunori Hattori
Makiko Ueno, Ruby Moreno

Sirens are legendary ghosts that live for eternity by sucking the spirit out of men. They skillfully lure men by using their bodies as bait, reducing their victims to mummified corpses. Mysterious disappearance and murder occurs in a typical port, but there are no clues, only mummified bodies! Detective Sendo investigates, uncovering a forbidden world...

SIREN III (1995)

Sci-Fi
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
76 mins.

Directed by: Mitsunori Hattori
Yuko Kitamura, Makiko Hisano

Seika takes the form of a pure, innocent girl to trap her male victim. Ayako is the heroine who confronts this creature. Kazuhiko is Ayako's boyfriend, until he becomes a slave of the terrible siren...

SIREN IV (1996)

Sci-Fi
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
73 mins.

Directed by: Iwao Takahashi
Saori Kozuka, Naomi Morinaga

Sirens are ghosts that find new life by lurking in the dark expanse of the Internet. A rumor quickly spreads that by using the access code "Siren" it's possible to access beautiful young women on-line for virtual sex experiences. But everyone who accesses the site mysteriously disappears...

SENTIMENTAL CITY MARATHON (2000)

Suspense
Theatrical Release in Japan: 06/10/00
75 mins.

Directed by: Kaoru Shindo
Rie Tomosaka, Hinako Saeki

Matinee is a hitwoman in Thailand on assignment. While there, she searches for her twin sister, Soiree, a florist. Can the two estranged sisters find each other again? Is Matinee in danger? The twin sisters are both played by Rie Tomosaka in this stylish thriller. Directed by Kaoru Shindou, it features an excellent soundtrack.

SHORT FILMS (2002)

Drama
Theatrical Release in Japan: 2003/8/3
107 mins.

Directed by: Hiroyuki Nakano, Pierre Taki, Yasuhisa Serizawa, Masanobu Ando
Kumiko Aso, Jun Murakami

A series of heart-warming short films produced and directed (3 out of 6 films) by Hiroyuki Nakano ("Samurai Fiction"). The titles include; "Splash Dance," "The Star at Local Road," "Hana and One Old Man," "Adagietto Sehr. langsam," "It's Good to have Good Friendship with Somebody," and "Slow is Beautiful."

STAY AS YOU ARE (2003)

Drama
Theatrical Release in Japan: 11/15/03
43 mins.

Directed by: Kousuke Suzuki
Maki Sakai, Shinichiro Ishikawa

SUNDAY DRIVE (1998)

Suspense
Theatrical Release in Japan: 02/26/00
86 mins.

Directed by: Hisashi Saito
Shinya Tsukamoto, Mihoko Tadano

* available for Taiwan and Mainland China only

STACY (2001)

Suspense
Theatrical Release in Japan: 08/18/01
88 mins.

Directed by: Naoyuki Tomomatsu
Natsuki Kato, Toshinori Omi

SHOGO KARIYAZAKI'S IKEBANA (2003)

Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
90 mins.

Hi-Vision close-up photography exquisitely reveals the forms, colors, and idiosyncrasies of stag beetles throughout the world. Includes scenes of the mysterious process of growth of the antaeus and metallifer varieties.

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