Beauty, creativity, genius: the Renaissance Florence of Lorenzo de' Medici was a powerhouse of art and culture. Among countless shops and government buildings, there was endless beauty coexisting with the dark side of the city, made up of power struggles, plots, intrigues and brutal violence.
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The first film followed our protagonist, Ken Kanaki, as he was introduced to the world of "Ghouls", supernatural creatures who feast on human flesh. During an encounter with a female ghoul, Ken gained the abilities of these creatures himself and now struggles between his humanity and his bloodlust. The events of the first film laid the table for Ken and his supporting case, while also giving us his standard look with mask and all. Though to be fair, Ken hasn't received his "white hair" though we'd imagine that could be a point of interest for this upcoming sequel. With the organs of the ghoul that turned him now inside of his body, Ken works for a cafe that doubles as a hang out for ghouls, teaching him more and more about their lifestyle. Not all ghouls are necessarily evil, which is sometimes the case in general vampire-lore, with some like Ken attempting to live a normal life with their new found affliction.
The sequel promises to dive more into this new life that Ken finds himself in while also introducing more of the crazy effects that are standard for the supernatural series.
Ken Kaneki (Masataka Kubota) is a university student. He is also half-ghoul and half-human. He agonizes over his situation. Trying to avoid other ghouls, he shelters himself at Anteiku Cafe and spends time with Toka Kirishima (Maika Yamamoto). One day, a ghoul, Shu Tsukiyama (Shota Matsuda), appears at Anteiku Cafe and he is called the "Gourmet."
|Running Time||1hr 41m|
|Rating||MA15+ | Mature Audiences|
|Cast||Masataka Kubota, Shota Matsuda, Maika Yamamoto, Shunya Shiraishi|
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