SÁBADO 25 | CINETECA NACIONAL | 13:00 HRS. | 142 MIN.
VIERNES 24 | PATIO – UNIVERSIDAD DE COMUNICACIÓN | 20:30 HRS. | 142 MIN.
Tokyo Vampire Hotel
Japan | 2017 | DCP | Color | 142 min | Sion Sono
Director: Sion Sono
Script: Sion Sono
Producer: Naoko Komuro, Tomoo Fukatsu
Cinematography: Maki Ito, Tomoaki Iwakura
Sound: Fumihiko Yanagiya
Music: Tomonobu Kikuchi
Edition: Jyunichi Ito, Yoshiki Ushiroda, Emi Onodera
Cast: Kaho, Shinnosuke Mitsushima, Ami Tomite, Megumi Kagurazaka, Yumi Adachi
Manami prepares to celebrate her birthday with some friends, but ends up saving herself from a massacre. Their problems will not end here: two vampires, K, of the Dracula clan, and Yamada, of the Corvin clan, are pursuing her. Yamada will end up locking Manami in a hotel, where humans are condemned to give blood eternally.
Born in Toyokawa, Japan, in 1961, he writes poetry since he was young. He directed films such as Suicide Club (2001), Guilty of Romance, Himizu (both of 2011 and exhibited at the 26th Festival), Why Do not You Play in Hell? (2013, 28th Festival), Tokyo Tribe (2014, 29th Festival) and Love & Peace (2015, 30th Festival).
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