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Moon Child Combining yakuza, science fiction, and vampire elements may sound like an outlandish recipe for campy excess in the United States, but former pinku eiga director Takahisa Zeze plays things remarkably straight in this truly unique effort from Japan. In the near future, a group of desolate citizens spend their days and nights in Mallepa, a large refugee community located in the "Asian Special Economic Zone." Though brothers Sho and Shinji survive on the streets with a little resourcefulness and the help of friend Toshi, an encounter with wounded vampire Kei forever changes the course of their lives. Soon after taking Kei back to their hideout so that the desperate vampire may recover, an angry gangster shows up to reclaim a stolen briefcase full of cash. Although Kei is quick to make dinner out of the angry gangster, his efforts to keep his trio of friends from harm is too little too late when the determined gangster fires a fatal bullet into Shinji. When Sho and Toshi plan to rip off a rival gang a decade later, Kei follows and the team soon meets up with similar-minded Chinese troublemaker Son (Wang Lee Hom) and his sister Yi-Che (Zeny Kwok). Soon stalked by the revenge-thirsting rival gang, the trio lose track of their bloodsucking friend in the ensuing melee. It's not long before Sho and Son have a falling out and end up in rival gangs, but can the re-emergence of condemned vampire Kei be enough to bring the two old friends back on the same side of the fence again? ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
I LOVED this movie
Posted by: cherryblossom12321 from: Bowling Green, KY on
I loved this movie. It pretty much had it all... action, friendship, comedy, and even a tad bit of romance. I didn't know much about Hyde watching this movie, and now I'm sorry I didn't. He was fantastic and really made you connect with his character.
Who doesn't know who Gackt is now a days:) He proved that not only is he a wonderful music artist, but he can act as well. He has become one of my favorite artists, and I cannot wait to see more from him.
From beginning to end, this movie captures your attention... and it's a movie for everyone. Vampires for horror fans, gun fights for action fans, comedy for... well... comedy fans. You will love this movie.
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
regardless of the eye candy factor
Posted by: thaDragon from: SC on
of course fans of Gackt and Hyde will want it, but regardless its worth watching if you like Asian films. the gunfights alone make it worth the purchase! uber cool that they are mm hmm and pretty unique in the execution. also the little humorous bits tucked into the middle of them will have you cracking up even as you wipe a tear from the last emotional bit.
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
My new favorite movie!
Posted by: goingxcrazy from: Roseville, MI on
I just watched this movie the other day, and I was blown away. Gackt Camui (Sho) and Hideto "Hyde" Takarai (Kei) are well known Japanese Rock singers, so I had pretty much expected the movie to be something just the fans could enjoy. I was way off. The movie has action, drama, vampires, themes of friendship, and more. There were moments when I was excited, laughing, and even crying. I feel this is a movie that can appeal to people of all different tastes. If my review doesn't convince you that this movie is worth seeing, see it anyway and try to prove me wrong.
I leave you with this, a lyric from the movie's theme song, Orenji no Taiyou (The Orange Sun), which I feel sums up the entire movie.
"All the joys and sadness, the countless encounters and partings, just as it did back then, the orange sun oversees them all." - written and performed by Gackt & Hyde
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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