No, the erstwhile drug dealer turned middle-aged rapper didn’t kill a novelist. He became one.
This is 4,000-year-old homework.
The reason “Audition” marches steadily from romantic comedy territory straight into the realm of splatter-gore horror is simple: Aoyama isn’t the only one conducting an audition. Yamasaki Asami is auditioning Aoyama to be her next victim.
Anonymity may be power, but evaluating who holds that power can be tricky.
One evening, Léonard was getting drunk in his apartment with a fellow hairdresser when Marie Antoinette’s valet unexpectedly knocked on the door.
There are those who would posit that the Sweet Valley High series, written for boy-crazy teen girls in the 1980s, is not a definitive late-20th century Marxist text. Those people are unenlightened.