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Freeze Me Review


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Brrrr. Freeze Me is one cold movie, jam-packed with the kind of rape, revenge, and bloodshed that seems to hold an endless fascination for Japanese moviegoers. It's easy to put any and all of that on screen. What's harder, and where Freeze Me succeeds in doing -- up to a point -- is to do it with a bit of entertaining finesse. Interesting characters and a tight storyline keep this bloodbath on track.

Tokyo office worker Chichiro (Harumi Inoue) has a loving fiancée, but she also has a secret: a few years before arriving in the big city she was gang-raped by a bunch of local thugs who went so far as to videotape the attack and sell copies on the Internet. Ashamed and unable to go to the police for fear of reprisals, she fled her home to start a new life in Tokyo.

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