Not Quite Dead Yet movie review: in manic Japanese comedy, Suzu Hirose plays an eccentric scientist’s daughter

//Not Quite Dead Yet movie review: in manic Japanese comedy, Suzu Hirose plays an eccentric scientist’s daughter

Not Quite Dead Yet movie review: in manic Japanese comedy, Suzu Hirose plays an eccentric scientist’s daughter

2.5/5 stars Not Quite Dead Yet is an over-the-top Japanese comedy centred around the strained relationship between a single father and his daughter as they grapple with shenanigans in the afterlife and a rock concert that doubles as a funeral. Yes, it’s really as manic and odd as it sounds. The film relies on nonsensical slapstick often during its 93-minute runtime. Nevertheless, the first feature film from television ad director Shinji Hamasaki is still an entertaining (if inconsequential)…

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