Tokyo Ghoul

Kentaro Hagiwara, 2017 (120m)

Tokyo Ghoul

Based on a manga by Sui Ishida, Tokyo Ghoul unfolds in an alternative modern-day Japan where superhuman beings known as Ghouls live among us. These vampire-like creatures look like humans but are actually monsters that feed solely on human flesh. None of this matter to Ken Kaneki, an ordinary Tokyo student, until his life changes following a dark and violent encounter that turns him into the first ever Ghoul-human hybrid. Forced to become a fugitive from his fellow humans, Kaneki is accepted by a group of Ghouls who teach him about Ghoul society, his new super-powers, and the fine line between man and monster.

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