Mon 5 Feb 2018


An investigative reporter (Satoshi Tsumabuki) becomes embroiled in a cold case involving the senseless slaughter of a well-to-do family.

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Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2018

Investigative reporter Tanaka immerses himself into an unsolved shocking murder case story of the ‘perfect’ family and soon discovers that the family in question was not the ideal it was believed to be. Kei Ishikawa’s crime mystery explores the dark sides of social cliques and human nature.

Join us after the film for a Q&A with screenwriter Kosuke Mukai!

Kosuke Mukai is a Writer, Cinematographer, and Editor, know for screen writing for an array of Japanese series and films, including the well acclaimed Shinya Shokudo (2009 - present), Linda Linda, Linda (2005), and The Girl in the Sun (2013). He was awarded the Ryuzo Kikushima Award in 2007 for his contribution as a screenwriter for The Matsugane Potshot (2007) and was the winner of the Best Screenplay Award at the 71 annual Mainichi Film Concours Film Awards for his screenplay for the film Satoshi: A Move for Tomorrow (2016). His most recent narrative Gukoroku: Traces of Sin (2016) was shown at Venice Film Festival in 2016.

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Directed By
Kei Ishikawa
Year Made
Japan 2016

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