A Liar and a Broken Girl -- Film Review
In "A Liar and a Broken Girl," Natsuki Seta yokes together two incongruent genres -- a teen romance and a serial killer horror -- mystery.
One minute, the audience is treated to "Amelie"-like outbursts of cute, juvenile whimsy, the next minute, they are exposed to frightening images of evil and bloodshed. The impact is as nasty as being given Halloween candy with bits of razor-blade inside.
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