Mind Game is an anime feature film released on August 7, 2004, directed by Masaaki Yuasa and based on the manga book of the same name by Robin Nishi. Despite acclaim from audiences and animators like Bill Plympton, the film never saw a R1 home video release.

The story follows Nishi, a perverted 20-year-old man based on the author of the original manga, who meets his childhood girlfriend at a bar only to be murdered, sent back to life to change his fate, and taken on a highly surreal experience.

When Nishi, Myon and Yan arrive at the old man's home inside the whale, he treats them to a whole table of sushi, which leaves them looking overstuffed for a few shots.

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