Disharmony Nude (Movie Review)
“Disharmonica Nude” is the latest release from the Helly Von Valentine/ESdeath artistic collective. In my opinion, this is a superb film and highly recommended. It is worth your time. If you are unfamiliar with the band or the music than it is worth it to see them live. If you are a fan of both then this film will satisfy all your needs.
We have all seen the original release of Helly Von Valentine and it was truly a masterpiece. I am sure we all enjoyed it and now this film is even better. The original film was directed by David Futch, who is an award winning director. This new version by Robert McKee and John Thompson is directed by Robert Rodriguez, which makes it that much better.
Our lead female character is called Disharmony Nude. She is played bike Suhi. She is a Japanese member of the band “The Fairies” who ends up in a foreign country, which leads her to fall in love with a local man who she barely knows. This man becomes obsessed with her, and he tells her everything that she wants to know about him.
I do not know why, but I think we can all relate to what the man is feeling. He has lost someone very close to him. Disharmony nude shows her as being very unhappy with her situation and wants to leave. When she does this, she starts having nightmares about being back in Japan.
Eventually she gets a hold of a plane ticket and flies away to Japan. Once there, she realizes that she has to continue her relationship with the local man because she still loves him. She tells him about her experience in Japan, which leads him to commit suicide. We see through the actions of the man who was involved with the death of his wife, that his mind had been destroyed by his loneliness. After his death, his ghost then appears and begins to take over Disharmony nude’s body, until a young American girl named Lisa comes along and kills her ghost.
This film is extremely well acted. The three main characters are very believable and the viewer can connect with their emotions. The director did a great job of creating a realistic setting that made me feel for the female lead. Overall this film is worth seeing if you ever get a chance to watch a nudity film.