“The Last Conjuring” premieres

  • The Japanese Hideo Nakata, internationally acclaimed for his cult film from 1998, is behind this chilling feature film that narrates a series of terrifying events around a family.
  • It will arrive in Chilean theaters on June 20. Distributed by BF Distribution.
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Japanese director Hideo Nakata began his career making short films and a feature film that captured the attention of the Japanese audience, but in 1998 he found worldwide recognition with “The Ring” (“Ringu”), a cult film that inspired an American remake and a sequel series. Since then, everything this true master of horror does has international repercussions.

“The Last Conjuring” is his last film. A new sample of J-Horror that will arrive in Chile on June 20. Distributed by BF Distribution.

A COCKTAIL OF HORROR
When Internet video director Hiroko Kurasawa visits the home of her former colleague Naoto Ihara, who has lost his wife, she sees his son Haruto reciting a strange spell in the direction of a mound of dirt in his garden.

A mysterious enchantment, a lizard’s tail, a finger, a pale shadow, a pile of undulating earth, and a sealed house. Strange phenomena begin to occur around Hiroko and what began as a child’s innocent desire becomes unleashed evil.

The production, based on Shimizu Karma’s debut novel “Kinjirareta Asobi”, has become one of the highest-grossing Japanese horror films of recent times. It is a cocktail of horror and melodrama that will captivate its fans, J-Horror lovers and fans of fantastic cinema.

DATA SHEET
“The last spell”
Duration: 110 minutes
Director: Hideo Nakata
Cast: Kanna Hashimoto, Daiki Shigeoka
Country of Origin: Japan
Premiere in Chile: June 20
BF Distribution

 
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