comes Signal 100. Like most other films from the land of the rising sun, Signal 100 is adapted from the manga series of the same name by Arata Miyatsuki and illustrator Shigure Kondo which was first published in 2015 in Young magazine Animal.This live action feature film is directed by a young female filmmaker Lisa Takeba and stars teenage actress Kanna Hashimoto who often starred in manga / anime adaptations. Then, there is also Shido Nakamura, a veteran actor who is perhaps best known for his performance as Ryuk's voice actor in the Death Note franchise.In a one-breath formula with the most popular death-game-themed Japanese film, Battle Royale, Signal 100 revolves around a group of high school students who have the bad luck of being the target of their psychopathic teacher's choice of punishment. Horrible death, betrayal, and hidden feelings of hatred await the graduation moment of this anonymous school that is located in this rural area. They have to make sure that they have to follow the rules - without knowing it if they don't want their lives lost.Rena Kashimura (Kanna Hashimoto) is enjoying her last few days being a high school student. He and his best friend Haruka Koizumi (Yumi Wakatsuki) are planning a graduation trip to celebrate. Their classmates are also preparing the time after they graduate. However, when they came to school to prepare for their last cultural festival, something unexpected happened.Their teacher Shinobe (Shido Nakamura) decides to change the course of their lives forever. He hypnotized 36 of his students and pinned 100 suggestion signals on them, which, if triggered, resulted in the person committing suicide. Either way.Read Also : https://ki.instructure.com/eportfolios/1938/_Ver_Tenet_Pelcula_Completa_2021_en_Espaol_LatinoThe teacher is "good" enough to tell you that some of them - if attacking someone means suicide - can be by jumping out of a window or stabbing yourself into a nearby sharp object. However, they have to find the rest of the suggestions themselves. However, even if they can reveal other suggestions, there is only one way to survive the hypnosis of suicide. All must die except for one person.Rena, Sota Sakaki (Yuta Koseki) and other students then team up to get out of this dilemma situation together. However, there are some students like Hayato Wada (Toshiki Seto) who intend only for their own safety. Will Rena and Sota be able to find a way to cancel this hypnosis? Or were they all destined to die horribly?Although maybe the story formula is not far from the other Japanese death game themed films, Signal 100 can be said to be solid and easy to enjoy by ordinary people without having to read the manga first. Compared to films with the same theme, the presentation is no less interesting, and is even able to shine in some parts. One of them is in the character building sector, which even though it only gives very short sessions about their normal lives (around 5 minutes only-ed) is able to show a little understanding not only of the main character but also all of the student characters, even though it is fairly superficial it can still provoke emotions when victims began to fall. And, typical of a death game movie, some of the death scenes here are brutal.However, due to the limited duration and too many characters involved, the main characters are so stereotypical. The main protagonist is a typical hero of truth and an equally good companion. While on the other hand there is a character who seems to be the main antagonist of the 'perfect killing machine' who is the toughest player in this deadly game.In terms of the performance of the players, although not to an impressive stage, these young talents are able to perform well with the scripts given to them. Another significant plus or minus factor is for those who need an obvious motive for badass gurus or at least need some basic background information - Signal 100 might not be your film. There is nothing to suggest that this particular class deserves teacher punishment. On the contrary he seems to have been hiding his psychopathic craziness until recently and only punishing his 'beloved students' for his own amusement.That said, if you enjoy death games movies and easily settle for gruesome deaths and not a lot of storytelling, Signal 100 is a quick fun trip to help you pass the time. Indeed, there is a scene that is not necessary because it doesn't contribute anything to the story, but overall the Signal 100 presentation can be categorized as quite impressive.