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Tomie (live-action movie)
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Tomie: Replay (live-action movie) (sequel)
Tomie: Rebirth (live-action movie) (sequel)
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Tomie: Beginning (movie) (sequel)
Plot Summary: A police investigation into the murder of high school studen Tomie Kawakami uncovers a series of mysterious deaths of girls with the same name going back to the 1860s. Detective Harada tracks down a classmate of Tomie named Tsukiko Izumisawa, an art student who is being treated for amnesia. She has no memory of the three month period around Tomie's death, and she's starting to think the cause could be supernatural. Meanwhile, Tsukiko's new neighbor, her former high school teacher Tanabe Yamamoto is rearing a peculiar baby-like creature. Over the span of only a few weeks, it grows into a beautiful teenage girl answering to the name of Tomie Kawakami.
Running time: 95 minutes
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