Trick ~ Last Stage Movie


In theatres on 11 January 2014

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One day, Kagami Shinichi, an employee of Murakami Trading’s Rare Earth Division, appears before self-styled genius physicist Ueda Jiro. He requests for Ueda’s help in order to mine rare earth at a secluded region overseas. Kagami has acquired the mining rights for the rare earth, but he is in a fix because the tribe living in that area refuses to move out. The shaman, which the tribe believes, in says that the sacred land cannot be handed over to other people. She can read the future and put a deadly curse on someone with the occult powers she possesses. Kagami asks Ueda to unlock the myster of her powers. If Ueda is able to see through her tricks and make the tribe clear out, Kagami proposes to fund his research. Ueda enlists the help of the self-styled very popular, gifted and beautiful magician Yamada Naoko as usual. He naturally hides the fact about a showdown with a horrifying shaman and merely hints at having to go overseas to do something. As anticipated, Naoko is drawn to her first trip abroad and willingly accompanies him. When they arrive, not only the doctor Tanioka Masahi, who used to research infectious diseases at a university hospital, but Detective Yabe Kenzo also link up with them. With Kagami as their guide, the group sails upstream and heads for the hermetic village in the depths of the jungle. Each person attempting to obtain the rare earth lying beneath the village is cursed to death one after another, and then the curse is finally placed on Ueda and Naoko too.

* Nakama Yukie as Yamada Naoko
* Abe Hiroshi as Ueda Jiro
* Namase Katsuhisa as Yabe Kenzo
* Nogiwa Yoko as Yamada Satomi
* Higashiyama Noriyuki as Kagami Shinichi
* Kitamura Kazuki as Tanioka Masashi
* Mizuhara Kiko as Shaman
* Nakamura Ikuji as Kawashima Harumichi
* Ishimaru Kenjiro as Arita Yuichi
* Ikeda Tetsuhiro as Akiba Harando
* Yoshida Kotaro as Yamamoto-shishachou

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