Persona DVD

More Views

Persona DVD

Availability: In stock

Perusona 2008 JAPAN Tatsurô Kashihara, Naoko Inoue, Maria Abe, Masato Hagiwara, Makoto Kai



  • Directed by Tatsurô Kashihara
  • Starring Maria Abe, Masato Hagiwara, Naoko Inoue, Makoto Kai
  • Written by Tatsurô Kashihara

Persona (2008) -- Koichiro Kiba (Masato Hagiwara) is a doctor who was leading a happily married life until one day suddenly he loses his wife. There's a mysterious research organization called LIS which Koichiro's wife was scheduled to be transfered to. He meets a strange girl (Mami Yamazaki) that appears to be insane, but correctly identifies him as Koichiro without prior introduction. She gets taken away by a van that has LIS' marking on it. Suspecting that this is not a coincidence, he goes to see her at LIS. She's supposed to be a mental patient there, but something is not right. On his way out she calls to him saying "Chashu Wan tan men, i told you to keep the kitchen clean" which was his wife's favorite food, and what she said to him before she died.

She turns out to be a woman that was implanted with her wife's memory. This was the result of research at LIS that transfers person's memory into another person's brain. As a side effect, the bodily strength and speed increases to super human level. The researchers called this "Persona". Koichiro goes to LIS during night time and the girls jumps off the window and escapes with him. When he asked her "How did you know I was coming ?", she replies, "Your wife told me." They go on the run, but LIS is on their trail. It turns out that Koichiro's wife Sayako's mind is implanted in the girl's brain, and also Sayako's body is still in suspended animation at LIS. They attempt to retransfer Sayako's mind back to her body, but will they succeed?

Persona DVD is offered as a compact edition. This transfer is manufactured on demand and is presented on premium DVD-R with thermal disc print in a clear plastic wallet. Important: This title has been manufactured from the best-quality video master (rated 9/10) currently available and has not been remastered or restored.