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This oneshot actually feels different from a lot of Junji Ito's works. It's built around relationship drama and plays into somewhat realistic psychological type stuff. At the very least, it's not completely absurdist or supernatural. I could see someone having a mental breakdown, being violent out of a sense of desperation and heart break, and even fetishizing (is that the right word?) a video tape like that. And even the gore feels more subdued than a lot of Junji Ito stuff. I also appreciated the way the narrative was structured nonlinearly--not saying it was done in a groundbreaking way or anything, just that it was probably the best way to frame the story.
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