Audition: Takashi Miike’s film is back in theaters

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The film Audition directed by Takashi Miike returns to theaters in a restored version thanks to Wanted. Exclusively on 16, 17 and 18 January; here is the official trailer

Expected great return in theaters for the top Japanese cult horror film Audition. Made in 1999 under the direction of the amazing Takashi Miike, thanks to the distribution company Wanted, it will be possible to savor one new restored version exclusively on 16, 17 and 18 January.

Here is the international trailer.

Audition: plot and details

Based on the novel of the same name by Ryu Murakamithe film Audition it is still today considered one of the main masterpieces of the well-known director T.Miike. Controversial and prolific, Miike is the most successful author in the horror scene, characterized by a style full of violence and perversion, although the blood is always treated ironically.

The protagonist of the story is the film producer Shigeharu Aoyama (Ryo Ishibashi), a middle-aged Japanese man who has been widowed for the past seven years.

After so many years of solitude, pushed by his son Shigeiko and under the advice of his colleague Yoshikawa; he convinces himself to find a new wife, organizing an innocent subterfuge. Suddenly it peeps out Asami Yamasaki (Eihi Shiina), described by him as captivating, charming and very intelligent. But sometimes first impressions of him can turn out to be tragically wrong.

The film triumphed at the Rotterdam Film Festival 2000, capturing the public’s attention and gaining unprecedented international fame. According to the director himself:

I wanted to make a film that viewers would regret seeing. The film is dangerous, but less dangerous than being a human being

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