Perfect Blue

Movie • 1997 • Animation  Report
Does a cat die?
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mivaldi
There are no dogs in this movie, however several pet fish die offscreen.
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Are there bugs?
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Does an animal die?
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mi-16evil
Several fish die. Not brutally but they are either not fed or possibly poisoned.
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DustinKarpey
A main conflict in the movie is the main character being stalked by another character
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Glacion
A character repeatedly reads a blog that describes their routines and day-to-day schedules in detail despite not writing it themselves, and come to rely on it as reality better than their own memory. A character is also forcibly relocated to a near-perfect copy of their own room.
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vallraiene
we see some cigarette smoking but thats all
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CoolGuyJonah
A man is stabbed in the penis with an ice pick. It's not shown directly, but there is a close up of the ice pick being stabbed into his pants, leaving a small hole gushing blood. Ouch.
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teapotcutie
A hand is stabbed.
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DustinKarpey
The murderer of the movie, disguised as a pizza deliverer, goes to the house of a photographer who took pictures of the main character nude. She stabs him in the eye with a screwdriver. In another scene a man is shown dead with his eyes gouged out.
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AntonellaBunny
There's a scene near the end where Mima chokes Rumi and she struggles to breath.
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Glacion
Not technically torture, but there is a home invasion/murder scene that's rather prolonged.
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teapotcutie
Two people fall from a balcony but don't die.
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Does a kid die?
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mi-16evil
Arguable but I'd say yes. Mima is tormented by a ghostly version of herself.
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aridavid
While Mima is taking the subway her reflection in the door windows briefly changes to her pop idol persona, after this moment there is sudden bright flash and sound akin to thunder.
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spacefuneral
Mima takes a bath at one point.
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velveteenrabbit
She has dissociative identity disorder and is not possessed by a supernatural force. Her alter is an introject of Mima.
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LadyLavender
Graphic sound effects of characters being stabbed are present
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Y0kale
SAFE!
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ohaidoggy
Not exactly but the main murder weapon by the murderer is an awl
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vallraiene
at the very end. it's brief.
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There is an attempted suicide by a character involving a passing vehicle. They are not successful.
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SiRenfield
Several but one notable example is an intense where music on a stereo is played super loudly
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ohaidoggy
Not intentionally per say, but Mima squeezes a teacup until it breaks on her hands
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teapotcutie
Not exactly mental illness, but main villain is meant to have DID and a movie Mima stars in has her be a killer whose a system.
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Does a baby cry?
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ohaidoggy
the "camera" may not be real but the movement in the shots is meant to emulate motion regardless, there are a couple scenes where mima is running and there a punch shots
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velveteenrabbit
There may not be necessarily ableist behavior, but the villain of the movie has DID, which is an ableist trope.
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ohaidoggy
no but the show mima is in has a line that references a transmisogynistic trope of murderers killing women to wear their skin and become women (ex. buffalo bill). luckily this isnt a plot thats in the actual movie
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velveteenrabbit
There are no verbal fat jokes, but during a chase scene near the end, a fat character is wearing an outfit too small for them, and the visual effect of the ill-fitting clothing seems to be meant to add to the horror of the scene.
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ldsjgklsdlgksdlf
A scene of sexual assault is filmed in-universe with Mima as the victim. Though it's not real, it is explicit and traumatic for Mima and the other actor. There is a real attempted sexual assault near the end of the movie, but it is unsuccessful.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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vallraiene
a lot, and lots of uncensored nudity
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teapotcutie
The Japanese dub has had some interpret it to mean the villain actually won. Would say its meant to have the heroine win though.
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ohaidoggy
someone young enough to believe in santa should not watch this
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Glacion
In two separate scenes characters are almost hit by speeding vehicles. The first scene goes unresolved and potentially didn't happen, the second scene is resolved when one character shoves the other out of the way.
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vallraiene
throughout the entire movie yes. it is extremely bloody
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