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Margaret is doing everything in her power to forget home, and Tokyo's exotic nightlife-teeming with drink, drugs, and three-hour love hotels-enables her to keep her demons at bay. Working as an English specialist at Air-Pro Stewardess Training Institute by day and losing herself in a sex- and drug-addled oblivion by night, Margaret represses memories of her painful childhood in Canada and her older brother Frank's descent into madness. —anonymous

  1. Catherine Hanrahan

    Screenplay

  2. William Olsson

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Alexandra Daddario

    Alexandra Daddario

    Margaret

  2. Carice van Houten

    Carice van Houten

    Ines

  3. Andrew Rothney

    Andrew Rothney

  4. Kate Easton

    Kate Easton

  5. Takehiro Hira

    Takehiro Hira

    Kazu

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Status Post Production

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  • December 31, 2018
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

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