Ghost Theater Live Action 2015 is a Japanese horror film directed by Hideo Nakata. The film was released on November 21, 2015, and stars Haruka Shimazaki, Riho Takada, and Rika Adachi. The movie is about a group of actresses who are auditioning for a play in an old theater, but strange things start to happen.
The film follows Sara, a struggling actress, who is invited to audition for a play at an old theater. She arrives at the theater and meets the other actresses who are auditioning. The director of the play, Mr. Ebata, is a mysterious man who gives Sara and the other actresses very little information about the play.
As the audition progresses, strange things begin to happen. The actresses start to experience ghostly occurrences, and they soon realize that the theater is haunted. They try to leave, but the doors are locked, and they are trapped inside.
The ghostly occurrences continue, and the actresses start to believe that they are being punished for their past actions. They soon realize that the play they are auditioning for is a trap, and they must find a way to escape before it’s too late.
The film stars Haruka Shimazaki as Sara, Riho Takada as Nana, and Rika Adachi as Ayaka. Other cast members include Keita Machida, Mantaro Koichi, and Natsuki Kasa.
The film received mixed reviews from critics. Some praised the film for its suspenseful atmosphere and strong performances, while others criticized it for its predictable plot and lack of originality.
For those who don’t speak Japanese, the film is available with Indonesian subtitles. The sub indo version of the film is widely available online, and it allows Indonesian viewers to enjoy the film without needing to understand Japanese.
Ghost Theater Live Action 2015 is a Japanese horror film that follows a group of actresses who are trapped in an old theater and must face their past actions. The film stars Haruka Shimazaki, Riho Takada, and Rika Adachi and is directed by Hideo Nakata. The movie is available with Indonesian subtitles, making it accessible to Indonesian viewers who don’t speak Japanese.