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Signal 100

  • 깜짝놀람
  • 하드고어
  • 스쿨걸
  • 스릴러

Japan|2020 |88min |Asian Premiere |

Code Time Theater Rate GV Ticketing
227 7/11  19:30 CGV Sopung 5 18
720 7/16  17:00 CGV Sopung 10 18
227 7/11  19:30CGV Sopung 5
18
720 7/16  17:00CGV Sopung 10
18

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Program Note

As a school festival is about to begin, high school teacher Shimobe shows a group of 36 students a video at the AV room. The grotesque and depressing contents of the video lead to the suicide of a student and confusion among the rest of the group. Shimobe then reveals he has hypnotized them to commit suicide following certain signals in the video. Chaos erupts as the students realize there are more than 100 signals and only one student can survive and be released from the spell, but on the condition that the rest of the group dies. 

Signal 100 creates its own unique tone by adding the interesting idea of hypnosis to the Battle Royal (2000)-like premise of killing classmates to survive. The game of survival as they go through the 100 signal-induced deaths presents a diverse spectrum of entertainment, while alluding to the state of confusion in adolescents on the brink of adulthood. (Martin LEE)

Director

타케바 리사

TAKEBA Risa

The Pinkie (2014), written and directed by Takeba, was screened at 2014 BIFAN and won two awards including Grand Prix at the 2014 Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival. She is also a novelist and lyricist and music video and commercial director. 

Credit

Producer Kenzo Ishiguro, Keiichi Hashimoto
Screenplay Yusuke Watanabe
Cinematographer Tanikawa Sohei
Editor Nobuyuki Takahashi
Sound Kenji Shibasaki
Music Nakamura Jin
Production Design Atsurou Hirai
Cast Hashimoto Kanna, Koseki Yuta, Seto Toshiki
Sales Toei Company, Ltd.

Star Rating full_starfull_starfull_starfull_starfull_star  10.00