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Japan · 1997
Rated R · 1h 51m
Director Kiyoshi Kurosawa
Starring Koji Yakusho, Tsuyoshi Ujiki, Anna Nakagawa, Yukijiro Hotaru
Genre Crime, Thriller, Horror, Mystery

Detective Takabe and psychologist Sakuma must solve a series of grisly murders, linked only by a red X mark on the victims' necks. Things get even more complicated when there seem to be multiple killers --- all with no memory of their crimes.

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Summer Goldstein Profile picture for Summer Goldstein

With its extended, meditative shots and attention to negative space, CURE takes its time getting under your skin and building up an incredibly effective sense of unease. You are drawn hypnotically into the story, but any feeling that you might understand what is going on is undermined by the sinister emptiness at the film's core.

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New Times (L.A.) by Andy Klein

The movie is not always satisfying as a standard thriller, nor is it always clear; but it's never dull, either, and it displays a sensibility so weird as to be its own recommendation.


The New York Times by Dana Stevens

The final scene is a piece of cunning visual wit that makes you realize how artful and sneaky Cure, has been beneath its clinical, deadpan surface.


Chicago Tribune by John Petrakis

What is most impressive about Kurosawa's direction is how he uses the entire frame, complete with expository background action, to fill in the story blanks. His eagerness to suggest, rather than declare, marks him as a director with confidence to spare.


Los Angeles Times by Kenneth Turan

With its gift for infusing uneasiness into every frame, Kurosawa's moody, unnerving film continues to spook us even after the lights have gone on.

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