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Perfect Blue (1998)
Animation, Thriller . 01 h 22 m
3/5(1)

Overview

Encouraged by her managers, rising pop star Mima takes on a recurring role on a popular TV show, when suddenly her handlers and collaborators begin turning up murdered.

Release Date

28 February 1998

Languages

Japanese,

Produced By

Madhouse, Rex Entertainment, Kotobuki Seihan Printing, Asahi Broadcasting Corporation, Fangs Co.,

Directed by :
Kou Matsuo

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Summary

"Perfect Blue - The color of illusion is Perfect Blue." is japanese Language Movie.

"Perfect Blue" was released on 28 February 1998 it had a budget of $830,000 and had box office collection of $112,536.

The movie was directed by Kou Matsuo

It has cast of: Junko Iwao as Mima Kirigoe (voice), Rica Matsumoto as Rumi (voice), Shiho Niiyama as Rei (voice), Masaaki Okura as Mamoru Uchida (voice), Shinpachi Tsuji as Tadokoro (voice), Emiko Furukawa as Yukiko (voice), Yosuke Akimoto as Tejima (voice), Yoku Shioya as Takao Shibuya (voice), Hideyuki Hori as Sakuragi (voice), Emi Shinohara as Eri Ochiai (voice), Masashi Ebara as Murano (voice), Kiyoyuki Yanada as Kantoku (voice), Toru Furusawa as Yada (voice), Teiya Ichiryusai as Mima's Mother (voice), Shin-ichiro Miki as Taku (voice), Megumi Tano as Child (voice), Emi Motoi as Child (voice), Akio Suyama as Tadashi Doi (voice), Osamu Hosoi as Company Employee (voice), Koichi Tochika as Red (voice), Soichiro Hoshi as Green (voice), Kisho Taniyama as Blue (voice), Shokkâ Ôno as Chairman (voice), Rofuto Purasu Wan Burazâzu as Audience (voice), Makoto Kitano as Reporter (voice), Kaori Minami as Reporter (voice), Jin Yamanoi as Additional Voices (voice), Takashi Nagasako as Additional Voices (voice) in lead roles.

Series Cast

It Crew included: Hiroaki Inoue as Producer(Production), Harutoshi Ogata as Editor(Editing), Satoshi Kon as Director(Directing), Hisao Shirai as Director of Photography(Camera), Sadayuki Murai as Screenplay(Writing), Masahiro Ikumi as Music(Sound), Sachiko Kato as Background Designer(Art), Nobutaka Ike as Art Direction(Art), Nizou Yamamoto as Background Designer(Art), Hisashi Eguchi as Character Designer(Visual Effects), Toshiya Niidome as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Hideki Futamura as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Hidenori Matsubara as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Hikaru Takanashi as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Hiroshi Hamasaki as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Hiroyuki Morita as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Katsuichi Nakayama as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Kouichi Arai as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Kumiko Kawana as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Kunio Takahide as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Makoto Koga as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Makoto Yamada as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Mamoru Kurosawa as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Masaharu Tada as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Masahiro Kurio as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Michiyo Suzuki as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Mitsuo Iso as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Morifumi Naka as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Nobumasa Shinkawa as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Shigeru Fujita as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Shinji Hashimoto as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Shinya Takahashi as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Takaaki Yamashita as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Takeshi Honda as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Takuo Noda as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Yoshihiro Kitano as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Yoshikazu Takeuchi as Original Story(Writing), Hitoshi Haga as Key Animation(Visual Effects), Yoshihisa Ishihara as Producer(Production), Koshiro Kanda as Executive Producer(Production), Masao Maruyama as Producer(Production), Hitomi Nakagaki as Producer(Production), Yutaka Togo as Producer(Production), Yuichi Tsurumi as Executive Producer(Production), Ken Washiya as Executive Producer(Production), Shizuo Kurahashi as Sound Designer(Sound), Masafumi Mima as Sound Director(Sound), Hideki Hamasu as Animation Director(Visual Effects), Satoshi Kon as Character Designer(Visual Effects), Hideki Hamasu as Character Designer(Visual Effects), Kou Matsuo as Director(Directing), Satoshi Kon as Co-Writer(Writing), in lead roles.

Series Crew

Hiroaki Inoue
Producer
O:Production

Harutoshi Ogata
Editor
O:Editing

Satoshi Kon
Director
O:Directing

Hisao Shirai
Director of Photography
O:Camera

Sadayuki Murai
Screenplay
O:Writing

Masahiro Ikumi
Music
O:Sound

Sachiko Kato
Background Designer
O:Art

Nobutaka Ike
Art Direction
O:Art

Nizou Yamamoto
Background Designer
O:Art

Hisashi Eguchi
Character Designer
O:Visual Effects

Toshiya Niidome
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Hideki Futamura
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Hidenori Matsubara
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Hikaru Takanashi
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Hiroshi Hamasaki
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Hiroyuki Morita
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Katsuichi Nakayama
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Kouichi Arai
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Kumiko Kawana
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Kunio Takahide
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Makoto Koga
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Makoto Yamada
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Mamoru Kurosawa
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Masaharu Tada
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Masahiro Kurio
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Michiyo Suzuki
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Mitsuo Iso
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Morifumi Naka
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Nobumasa Shinkawa
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Shigeru Fujita
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Shinji Hashimoto
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Shinya Takahashi
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Takaaki Yamashita
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Takeshi Honda
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Takuo Noda
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Yoshihiro Kitano
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Yoshikazu Takeuchi
Original Story
O:Writing

Hitoshi Haga
Key Animation
O:Visual Effects

Yoshihisa Ishihara
Producer
O:Production

Koshiro Kanda
Executive Producer
O:Production

Masao Maruyama
Producer
O:Production

Hitomi Nakagaki
Producer
O:Production

Yutaka Togo
Producer
O:Production

Yuichi Tsurumi
Executive Producer
O:Production

Ken Washiya
Executive Producer
O:Production

Shizuo Kurahashi
Sound Designer
O:Sound

Masafumi Mima
Sound Director
O:Sound

Hideki Hamasu
Animation Director
O:Visual Effects

Satoshi Kon
Character Designer
O:Visual Effects

Hideki Hamasu
Character Designer
O:Visual Effects

Kou Matsuo
Director
O:Directing

Satoshi Kon
Co-Writer
O:Writing
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Status: Released
Released on:
28 February 1998

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Previews
Perfect Blue (1997) Original Trailer [HD]
Perfect Blue (1997) - Excuse me, who are you?
Lecture Series with Satoshi Kon | Perfect Blue (1997) - Special Feature
Original Japanese Trailer [Subtitled]