Honogurai mizu no soko kara   2002   Japan Dark Water
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Director:Hideo Nakata
Studio:Adv Films
Writer:Kôji Suzuki, Yoshihiro Nakamura
IMDb Rating:6.9 (10,819 votes)
Awards:5 wins & 1 nomination
Duration:100 min
Hideo Nakata  ...  (Director)
Kôji Suzuki, Yoshihiro Nakamura  ...  (Writer)
Hitomi Kuroki  ...  Yoshimi Matsubara
Rio Kanno  ...  Ikuko Matsubara (6 years old)
Mirei Oguchi  ...  Mitsuko Kawai
Asami Mizukawa  ...  Ikuko Hamada (16 years old)
Fumiyo Kohinata  ...  Kunio Hamada
Yu Tokui  ...  Ohta (real-estate agent)
Isao Yatsu  ...  Kamiya (apartment manager)
Shigemitsu Ogi  ...  Kishida (Yoshimi's lawyer)
Maiko Asano  ...  Young Yoshimi's Teacher
Yukiko Ikari  ...  Young Yoshimi
Shinji Nomura  ...  Mediator
Kiriko Shimizu  ...  Mediator
Teruko Hanahara  ...  Old Lady (twin, elder)
Youko Yasuda  ...  Old Lady (twin, younger)
Kono Tarou Suwa  ...  Old Lady (twin, younger)
Jun'ichirô Hayashi  ...  Cinematographer
Summary: Yoshimi has recently divorced and is hoping that the family court will award her custody of her six-year-old daughter, Ikuku.The only flat she can find for them is in a run-down apartment building.On the roof, Ikuku discovers a little red handbag containing children’s toys. Yoshimi hands the bag in to the caretaker but, the next day, the bag pops up again at the very same spot. The flat flat above theirs is locked and appears to be empty;in spite of this, they can hear the sound of loud footsteps and children running about. Two years previously,Mitsuko Kawai disappeared without a trace. This woman worked in the same nursery school that Ikuku used to attend and always carried a little red bag over her shoulder. However, this is only the first in a whole series of mysterious happenings which threaten Yoshimi and her daughter, for the house har-bours yet more terrifying horrors . .

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