Petrel Hotel Blue AKA Kaien Hoteru · burû (2012) Kôji Wakamatsu, Hitomi Katayama, Gô Jibiki, Arata Iura


Based upon a novel of the same name by Yoichi Funado, Petrel Hotel Blue is about friends Yoji (Hirosue), Yukio (Jibiki), and Kohei (Uda) attempting a vehicular robbery. Yoji never shows, Kohei flakes at the scene, and Yukio takes the fall for the failed endeavor. Years later, Yukio is freed from prison and enacts a revenge plot against Yoji. From this point, one might anticipate an unsympathetic vengeance story consistent with the Asian arthouse of the past decade, but with Wakamatsu the intrigue is a pretense. Yukio traces Yoji to the isolated island hotel that he now manages with a sensuous and silent woman named Rika (Katayama). From this desolate environ, literally a kind of primordial Nowhere replete with ominous black volcanic sand, reality quickly deteriorates. Tensions and rivalries rise, things are said, people are killed, dreams are inhabited, space and time crumble. The catalyst of this degeneration, and the cause for Yoji’s absence all those years ago is one and the same: Rika. And she has curves that will make you blush.

Also Known As (AKA): Hotel Blu Kaien

IMDB

File Name : petrel.hotel.blue.2012.mkv
File Size : 999.41 MB
Resolution : 720×480 @ 872×480
Duration : 01:23:16
Video : AVC, 1 452 kb/s, 23.976 (24000/1001) FPS
Audio : AC-3, 192 kb/s (CBR), 48.0 kHz, 2 channels, 1 stream

Quality: DVDRip
Language: Japanese
Subs: English (embedded)
Country: Japan
Genres: Drama

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