watch Perfect Blue online anywhere

Based on the novel Perfect Blue: Complete MetamorphosisPerfect Blue is a 1997 Japanese animated psychological horror film. Well received by critics, it won a number of awards. Unfortunately, Perfect Blue is a tricky title to find and may well be geo-blocked in your location. Indeed, to watch it online from most countries, you’ll need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) in order to navigate geographic restrictions.

Despite the lack of options, we’re only recommending official sources for watching Perfect Blue online. Unlicensed streams are more trouble than they’re worth, often suffering from excessive lag, buffering, and low resolution. Of course, unauthorized sources violate copyright and are taken offline as a result. If you’d like to avoid these problems, all you need to do is stick with the official sources listed below and use a VPN in the process.

Perfect Blue is only available to stream on region-locked platforms. If you’re traveling abroad, you’ll need a VPN to access your usual home streaming service as normal.

How to watch Perfect Blue online with a VPN

You may be wondering how a VPN works. It lets you connect to a server in another country. This assigns you with a different IP address so that when you try to access a region-locked streaming service, content such as Perfect Blue will be unblocked as a result

Here’s how to live stream Perfect Blue from abroad using a VPN:

  1. Sign up with a VPN that works with Amazon Prime Video. We recommend NordVPN although you can also use Surfshark and ExpressVPN with confidence.
  2. You can then download and install the VPN app that’s compatible with your streaming device. In fact, the above VPNs allow multiple simultaneous connections.
  3. Next, log in to the VPN app and connect to a server in the US. In doing so, you’ll get a US IP address for accessing the US version of Amazon Prime Video.
  4. Go to Amazon Prime Video where you can buy or rent Perfect Blue (you’ll need a US payment method). You should now be able to access this title without restriction.
  5. Still unable to access Perfect Blue on Amazon Prime Video? Try clearing your cookies. Alternatively, connect to another server or contact your VPN’s customer support and ask which server is best for use with Prime Video.

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How to watch Perfect Blue online in the US

You can watch Perfect Blue online on Amazon Prime Video although you’ll need to buy or rent the title to do so. It’s available for $6.99/GBP £5.15 in HD and SD while the rental price is $2.99/GBP £2.20 (HD) or $1.99/GBP £1.47 (SD). With a rental, you’ll have 30 days to start watching the video and 48 hours to finish it once you’ve started.

Perfect Blue is not available on most country’s versions of Amazon Prime Video. This means that you’ll need a VPN and US IP address to watch it online. Furthermore, you’ll need to use a US payment method however, some users have opted to purchase an Amazon.com gift card and then use that to make the payment.

NordVPN works well with Amazon Prime Video and even comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. As such, you can try it out risk-free and, if you change your mind, request a full refund within the 30-day period.

What should I know about Perfect Blue?

Perfect Blue is a 1997 Japanese psychological horror film directed by Satoshi Kon. Based on Yoshikazu Takeuchi’s novel Perfect Blue: Complete Metamorphosis, the film features the voices of Junko Iwao, Rica Matsumoto, and Shiho Niiyama. The plot follows Mima Kirigoe as she quits her Japanese idol group in order to pursue a career in acting. However, as she becomes the victim of a stalker, she begins to lose her grip on reality.