Tokyo Psycho

Basically, Tadanobu Asano is terrified. Of becoming a superstar. And, of course, of not being a star. Of being famous and of becoming trapped in that fame. Of success, of the pressures of that success. Of failure. Of being cool, of being too cool and, inevitably, of no longer being cool. He is frightened that his cinematic success has been a matter of good luck rather than talent, and scared of what he might find out about himself if he tests that talent in search of greater cinematic success. He is crap scared, really, of who he might become if he...

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