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If you're a 14-year-old Japanese girl, Moon Child will be without a doubt the best movie you've ever seen. But even if you're not, this teenage yakuza vampire thriller/melodrama starring two of Japan's dreamiest androgynous male pop stars has enough going for it to hold your interest. As a window into current Japanese pop culture, it can't be beat.

We find ourselves in an "Asian special economic zone" called Mallepa, a teeming city-state where for some unexplained reason, the Japanese population has been marginalized and turned into refugees and criminals. The year is 2014.

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