Taira, an unnervingly quiet delinquent teen, mysteriously leaves town right before the coming of age festival. His disappearance doesn t worry anyone except for younger brother Shota, his only remaining family, who sets off to look for him amidst the faded downtown neon lights.

Taira aimlessly wanders through a nearby city, provoking fights with random bystanders. His violent streak intrigues high schooler Yuya who rallies him to beat up more people. As the night progresses, street-side scuffles soon turn into a sinister game, becoming even more mindless and indiscriminate. The two leave behind a trail of blood and mass confusion.

Indie director Tetsuya Mariko brings us a deceptive piece of cinema which begins like a slice-of-life story and then takes an abrupt plunge into a pit of moral ambiguity. It stars award-winning actors Yuya Yagira (Nobody Knows) and Masaki Suda (The Light Shines Only There, Princess Jellyfish) in one of their best performances in Japanese cinema this year.

studio:
  • Third Window Films
Run Time:
  • 108 minutes
Director:
  • Tetsuya Mariko
Certificate:
  • 18
Actor:
  • Yuya Yagira
  • Masaki Suda
  • Nana Komatsu
  • Nijiro Murakami
  • Sosuke Ikematsu
Subtitle Languages:
  • English
Theatrical Release Year:
  • 2018
Main Language:
  • English
Number of Discs:
  • 1
Region:
  • 2

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Taira, an unnervingly quiet delinquent teen, mysteriously leaves town right before the coming of age festival. His disappearance doesn t worry anyone except for younger brother Shota, his only remaining family, who sets off to look for him amidst the faded downtown neon lights.

Taira aimlessly wanders through a nearby city, provoking fights with random bystanders. His violent streak intrigues high schooler Yuya who rallies him to beat up more people. As the night progresses, street-side scuffles soon turn into a sinister game, becoming even more mindless and indiscriminate. The two leave behind a trail of blood and mass confusion.

Indie director Tetsuya Mariko brings us a deceptive piece of cinema which begins like a slice-of-life story and then takes an abrupt plunge into a pit of moral ambiguity. It stars award-winning actors Yuya Yagira (Nobody Knows) and Masaki Suda (The Light Shines Only There, Princess Jellyfish) in one of their best performances in Japanese cinema this year.

studio:
  • Third Window Films
Run Time:
  • 108 minutes
Director:
  • Tetsuya Mariko
Certificate:
  • 18
Actor:
  • Yuya Yagira
  • Masaki Suda
  • Nana Komatsu
  • Nijiro Murakami
  • Sosuke Ikematsu
Subtitle Languages:
  • English
Theatrical Release Year:
  • 2018
Main Language:
  • English
Number of Discs:
  • 1
Region:
  • 2
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