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Series Info
Series:New Release Films
Film Info
Rating:Not Rated
Runtime:115 minutes
Director:Kiyoshi Kurosawa
Year Released:2020
Production Country:Japan


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"An absorbing, exotic, well-paced thriller."—Deborah Young, The Hollywood Reporter

"One of Kurosawa's most purely enjoyable entertainments… powered by Yu Aoi’s bravura performance."—Guy Lodge, Variety

"A period drama with distinct Hitchcockian overtones... in the vintage of Suspicion and Notorious."—Jonathan Romney, Screen International

Master filmmaker Kiyoshi Kurosawa (Pulse, Cure, Tokyo Sonata) won the Silver Lion (Best Director) at the Venice Film Festival for this riveting, gorgeously crafted, old-school Hitchockian thriller shot in stunning 8K. The year is 1940 in Kobe, on the eve of the outbreak of World War II. Local merchant and amateur filmmaker Yusaku (Issey Takahashi, Kill Bill) senses that things are headed in an unsettling direction. Following a trip to Manchuria, he becomes determined to bring to light the things he witnessed there, and secretly filmed. Meanwhile, his wife Satoko receives a visit from her childhood friend, now a military policeman. He warns her about Yusaku’s seditious ways and reveals that a woman her husband brought back from his trip has died. Satoko confronts Yusaku, but when she discovers his true intentions, she is torn between loyalty to her husband, the life they have built, and the country they call home.