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2.88 / 5 stars (8 users)

2008 | PG-13 | Horror Suspense

A young photographer and his girlfriend find ghostly images in his photographs as well as around them while on their honeymoon in Tokyo.

U.S. Release Date

Shutter release date was Friday, March 21, 2008.

On Blu-ray & DVD

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

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Directed by

Masayuki Ochiai

Screenwriter

Luke Dawson

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Rating MPAA

PG-13 for terror, disturbing images, sexual content and language

Storyline

For photographer Ben and his new wife Jane, his new assignment--a lucrative fashion shoot in Tokyo--was supposed to be a kind of working honeymoon. With this exotic professional opportunity and the limitless possibilities of a new marriage, Ben and Jane arrive in Japan. But as they make their way on a mountain road leading to Mt. Fuji, their new life together comes to, literally, a crashing halt. Their car smashes into a woman standing in the middle of the road, who has materialized out of nowhere. Upon regaining consciousness after the accident, Ben and Jane cannot find any trace of the girl Jane believes she hit with the car. Shaken by the accident and by the girl's disappearance, Ben and Jane arrive in Tokyo, where Ben begins his glamorous assignment. Having worked in Japan before and fluent in the language, Ben is comfortable there, and he eagerly reunites with old friends and colleagues. Jane, a newcomer to the city, feels very much like a stranger in a strange land as she makes tentative, unsettling forays through the city. Ben, meanwhile, has discovered mysterious white blurs--eerily evocative of a human form--that have materialized on an entire day's work from the expensive photo shoot. Jane's concerns escalate as she believes the blurs in Ben's photos are the dead girl from the road, who is now seeking vengeance for them leaving her to die.

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