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Visitor Q

Visitor Q

Visitor Q is a 2001 film directed by Japanese director Takashi Miike. It was filmed as the sixth and final part of the Love Cinema series consisting of six straight-to-video releases by independent filmmakers via a brief but exclusive run at the minuscule Shimokitazawa cinema in Tokyo. The six films were conceived as low budget exercises to explore the benefits afforded by the low-cost Digital Video medium such as the increased mobility of film and the low-lighting conditions available to the filmmakers. Visitor Q often replicates the style of documentary footage and home movies, which invokes a sense of realism that contradicts the film’s more bizarre elements and black comedy. ... more on Wikipedia

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