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(New page: Popular female j-pop (j for japanese) trio from the psycho-thriller anime flick, [http://us.imdb.com/Details?0156887 Perfect Blue]. But lead singer Mima Kirigoe (Junko Iwao in the Japanese...)
 
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Popular female j-pop (j for japanese) trio from the psycho-thriller anime flick, [http://us.imdb.com/Details?0156887 Perfect Blue]. But lead singer Mima Kirigoe (Junko Iwao in the Japanese version, Ruby Marlowe in the English dub) pisses everyone off by leaving the band to start an acting career, only then to be threatened by an obsessed fan and haunted by her own past image.
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Popular female j-pop (j for japanese) trio from the 1997 psycho-thriller anime flick, ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0156887/combined Perfect Blue]''. But lead singer Mima Kirigoe (Junko Iwao in the Japanese version, Ruby Marlowe in the English dub) pisses everyone off by leaving the band to start an acting career, only then to be threatened by an obsessed fan and haunted by her own past image.
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Popular female j-pop (j for japanese) trio from the 1997 psycho-thriller anime flick, Perfect Blue. But lead singer Mima Kirigoe (Junko Iwao in the Japanese version, Ruby Marlowe in the English dub) pisses everyone off by leaving the band to start an acting career, only then to be threatened by an obsessed fan and haunted by her own past image.