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Hitoyo: Directed by Kazuya Shiraishi. With Yosuke Asari, Hanae Kan, Mayu Matsuoka, Megumi. A mother and her three children find their fate thrown into chaos by an incident that happened one night. The family members each go their separate ways but reunite after 15 years and struggle to restore their family bonds.

“Japan has a rigid social culture and based on that is the first premise of this story.nA murder. Kind of an stigma in that society.nIs alright to kill a u0026quot;devilu0026quot; in these modern u0026quot;civilizedu0026quot; times?nCan you set many persons free with that action?nu0026quot;Be all you can beu0026quot; u0026quot;Try to be freeu0026quot; u0026quot;Now you have no fears to live your lifeu0026quot;nu0026quot;Mom never liesu0026quot;nThose are some of the phrases that 3 of the main characters heard that night of the incident but somehow; mostly by the social weight, they could not use that to construct a better life for themselves but finishing those 15 years since that murder revolving around a pain that do not let them grow. In a limbo without a mourning.nThere are other back stories with the same relationship Parents/sons. Very simple addressed but direct and effective.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eSociety makes norms and sometimes you can feel guilty about your acts but in the end the feelings are there.”


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