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Psycho Diver: Soul Siren

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Yuki Kanou is a young pop singing idol, yet there are times when she simply cannot sing. However, then Bosujima comes into the picture – he is a "Psycho Diver", a person who uses technology to enter another person's mind in an attempt to cure their mental trauma. Diving into Yuki's subconscious, Bosujima finds himself in a world of symbolism, danger and the occult. As he delves deeper into the case, he learns that his loved ones have become targets of the mysterious cult holding sway over Yuki. How much will Bosujima sacrifice to save the idol, and at what cost is Yuki's happiness?


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Makoto KOGA Character Design
Mamoru KANBE Director
Akihiko HIRAMA Music

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Paprika and Psycho Diver start with the same basic idea- delving into the mind and the subconcious. It might be interesting to the watcher to maybe imagine the same technologies used for different pourpose.