Writers: Yoshikazu Takeuchi & Sadayuki Murai
Starring: Bridget Hoffman, R. Martin Klein, Wendee Lee
I saw this film yesterday, and truth be told, I'm still not entirely sure what it's about. There's something in there about a singer becoming an actress, and she's got some creepy stalker, and one day she films a traumatic scene that causes reality to slowly collapse around her. The director's use of transitions will throw you for a loop even before the main character starts being unable to keep her role separate frome real life, however. There's also a chase scene near the end of the film over the rooftops of what I'm going to assume is Tokyo. Normal, actual people running around on and jumping between rooftops. Yeah...
There's never before been a film I left not knowing what happened entirely. The plot synopsis on Wikipedia sounds almost like a different movie to me. I'll stick with David Lynch or Alfred Hitchcock next time, I think.