Boogiepop Phantom - Evolution 2 (DVD 2 of 4)
Title: Boogiepop Phantom - Evolution 2
Volume: DVD 2 / 4
Running time: 90
Distributor: The Right Stuf International
Release date: 2001-10-30
Suggested retail price: $29.95
Age rating: 15+
In this enlightened age, few even believe that Boogiepop exists; she's used as an urban myth used to frighten the ignorant. But where urban myths end, reality takes up. Five years ago a serial killer held the city in fear, slashing and murdering seemingly at random. With the police totally clueless and the public held in the grips of terror, the grisly murders simply... ended.
Now, with a mysterious flash of light in the darkness, the panic and terror have returned for some and this time it has a face: Boogiepop. But she's not the only one whose stalking the darkened streets?
EPISODE 4: MY FAIR LADY
Yoji Suganuma's life is falling apart. Continually pushed to succeed by his overbearing father, he's retreated to the safety of his room and the comfort of his simulated girlfriend. When he's offered a drug that will 'change his life,' Yoji doesn't hesitate. Only now he can't seem to distinguish between the new girl Rie at work and his computer girlfriend. As line between reality and fiction blurs with Yoji's growing addiction, he's more determined than ever to make Rie over into his perfect 'fair lady'.
EPISODE 5: INTERLUDE
Rumors. The stories continue to grow but what is the fact and fiction behind what really happened five years ago? Could one police officer already know the truth? Meanwhile, Suema is certain that Nagi Kirima knows something about those terrible events, but Nagi refuses to reveal anything. Her quest to uncover Nagi's secret leads Suema back to the Perfectural Hospital and a very mysterious girl.
EPISODE 6: MOTHER'S DAY
Strained by death of her father, the relationship between Shizue Wakasa and her mother was never the same after Shizue sees her mother with another man. But when Shizue is murdered by a serial killer, their relationship is left permanently unresolved. Now, five years later, the memories of Shizue return to haunt her once again when she discovers her diary.
DVD features: Music Videos for the Opening Song, Original Japanese Promo Trailer for Disc 3, Original Fruits Music Video, Scene Access, and English Producer's Commentary
Spoken Languages: Dolby Digital 5.1 and 2.0 English Audio and 2.0 Japanese Audio with English subtitles.
(added on 2001-08-09, modified on 2002-01-11)
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