Just saw it this afternoon--really glad we went to a theater. I've only ever seen SatoshiKon's other works on the small screen.
For anyone else who cares, SK is another anime director (besides HayaoMiyazaki). I stumbled onto him quite by accident because his TV show Paranoia Agent was playing late at night. I would catch a few episodes and then miss some but I was very impressed. Then L'Arc (it all comes back to L'Arc, just deal with it) has a song called Perfect Blue and SK made a film called Perfect Blue that came out around the same time. I still think that Tetsu based his lyrics on the film, but I've found nothing to support that. Anyway, we requested Perfect Blue from Netflix, and we've been hooked. We quickly got Millennium Actress and then caught by chance, Tokyo Godfathers on TV.
With the exception of Tokyo Godfathers all of his films break the notion of reality. In Mill…