- Director: Ken'ichi Ugana
- Writer: Ken'ichi Ugana
Trapped in an unhappy relationship, a woman spends grim dinners alongside her boyfriend who gulps down food and beer, avoiding any contact. One evening, in an attempt to change things, she faces the man, who rejects and drifts her apart. However, her snaking frustration finds an outlet behind the closet doors in her room, where a strange creature with alien features surrounds her in a violent embrace. Meanwhile, other specimens swarm the streets of the metropolis, learning to coexist with humans. Extraneous Matter-Complete Edition starts from the artisanal and hyperkinetic mise-en-scène that made the Japanese cyberpunk cinema of the 80s renowned and captures the Weltschmerz of the contemporary world, while praising a possible liberation.