Manami is targeted by vampires on her 22nd birthday and K, who possesses tremendous power, tries to save her in a raging battle. On that day, young men and women are invited to Hotel Requiem where a huge nationwide matchmaking convention is being held by the mysterious Yamada. He lives and runs this ornately beautiful, palatial hotel with a bizarre empress and Elizabeth Báthory. Then Yamada suddenly declares to the gathered crowd that tomorrow will be the apocalypse and only the people inside this hotel will be saved.
Runtime: 45 minutes
Tokyo Vampire Hotel - Sion Sono - Netflix
Sion Sono (園 子温, Sono Shion, born December 18, 1961) is a Japanese filmmaker, author and poet. Best known on the festival circuit for the film Love Exposure (2008), he has been called “the most subversive filmmaker working in Japanese cinema today”.
Tokyo Vampire Hotel - Awards - Netflix
Sono received the following awards for his films: 2003: Fantasia International Film Festival - Most Ground-Breaking Film and Fantasia Ground-Breaker Award (Suicide Club) 2005: Karlovy Vary International Film Festival - Don Quijote Award and Special Mention (Noriko's Dinner Table) 2006: Berlin International Film Festival - Reader Jury of the “Berliner Zeitung” (Strange Circus) 2007: Austin Fantastic Fest - Best Film (Exte) 2009: Berlin International Film Festival - FIPRESCI Prize and Caligari Film Award (Love Exposure) 2009: Fant-Asia Film Festival - Best Asian Film, Most Innovative Film and Special Jury Prize (Love Exposure) 2010: Mainichi Film Concours - Best Director (Love Exposure) 2015: Fantasia International Film Festival - Cheval Noir Award for Best Film (Tag) 2015: Fantasia International Film Festival - Special Mention for its creative, surprising and monumental opening kill sequence (Tag) 2015: Fantasia International Film Festival - Audience Award for Best Asian Feature (Love and Peace) 2015: Toronto International Film Festival - NETPAC Award for World or International Asian Film Premiere (The Whispering Star) Sono also received the following nominations for his films: 2005: Karlovy Vary International Film Festival - Crystal Globe (Noriko's Dinner Table) 2009: Asia Pacific Screen Awards - Achievement in Directing (Love Exposure) 2010: Asian Film Awards - Best Director (Love Exposure)
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