Kokkuri-san (film)

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Kokkuri-san
Kokkuri-san FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Takahisa Zeze
Produced by Shigehiro Arake, Minoru Yokote
Written by Kishu Izuchi, Takahisa Zeze
Starring Ayumi Yamatsu, Hiroko Shimada, Moe Ishikawa
Music by Goro Yasukawa
Cinematography Shogo Ueno
Edited by Shinichi Fushima
Release date
  • 1997 (1997)
Running time
87 min.
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Kokkuri (KOKKURI こっくりさん, Kokkuri: Kokkuri-san) is a 1997 Japanese movie directed by Takahisa Zeze about three girls, Mio, Hiroko, and Masami.

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A group of friends play the Japanese game Kokkuri to summon Kokkuri-san, a spirit who can answer any question as a pastime but apparently reveals dark secrets that will make these girls turn against each other.

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It was distributed in the United States of America by AsiaVision, the Asian live action label of Urban Vision Entertainment.

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