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Violence Voyager


Following an end-of-term school ceremony, the American boy Bobby decides to go with his friend Akkun into the mountains outside their village, to a place perfect for a secret base. On the way they stop into a mysterious amusement park. They have fun there, but are attacked and cannot leave. Falling in with some other children who are also lost there, they fend off a number of attacks, and gradually learn the truth behind the facility. It was put there by a man named Koike as a trap for passing children. His son Takashi needs to feed on human children in order to survive.
Akkun is killed, and Bobby is captured with Tokiko, a girl they have met there. She disappears, and Koike goes to work on Bobby, trying to fatten him up. Bobby manages to escape. With the help of Saruyoshi, a mysterious old hermit, and the animals of the forest, Bobby builds up his strength and returns to the facility in an attempt to save Tokiko.

Director: Ujicha
Japanese title: バイオレンス・ボイジャー

Film Festivals
- Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival (BAFICI) (2018) *Special Jury Award
- Nippon Connection (2018)
- Lima Independent International Film Festival (2018)
- Fantasia Film Festival (2018) *Bronze Audience Award
- Japan Cuts! (2018)
- MOTELX - Lisbon International Horror Film Festival (2018)
- l’Etrange Festival (2018)
- Fantastic Fest Austin (2018)
- Kyoto International Film and Art Festival (2018)
- Ithaca Film Festival (2018)
- UTOPIALES (2018)
- Morbido Fest in Mexico (2018)
- Denver Film Festival (2018)
- Thessaloniki International Film Festival (2018)
- Leeds International Film Festival (2018)
- Buried Alive Film Festival (2018) *WTF?!? Award
- Five Flavours Asian Film Festival (2018)
- Fancine – Fantastic Film Festival of Málaga (2018)
- VOID International Animation Film Festival (2019)
- Okinawa International Movie Festival (2019)
- Calgary Underground Film Festival (2019)
- Haapsalu Horror & Fantasy Film Festival (2019)
- Fantapoa - International Fantastic Film Festival of Porto Alegre (2019)
- New Zealand International Film Festival (2019)
- Melbourne International Film Festival (2019)
- South Taiwan Film Festival (2019)
- Japanese Film Festival (Singapore) (2020)
- Toronto Animation Film Festival (2021)
- Trondheim Filmklubb (2021)