A psychological thriller of a grieving mother turned cold-blooded avenger with a twisty master plan to pay back those who were responsible for her daughter’s death.
User Reviews: Kokuhaku (or Confessions) is a real winner from Japan. Just like the title, the movie is about the Confessions of a group of people. After each confession, a new detail is added into the story until it became a complete story at the end.
I feel empty. Very disturbing. The movie remains dark and cold from the beginning until the end. A great thing in this movie is that you don’t know who you should hate. Yes, it’s obvious that they have done something terribly wrong, but after each confession, they suddenly became the victim, and then after the movie finished, you ended up feeling the sympathy for every characters.
The acting in this movie is absolutely fabulous. Just look at those eyes of the students. Cold and heartless. I watched it with my mouth wide open. The plot is perfect. I don’t know what to complain. There are even some bloody scenes added to it, which make the movie more interesting.
I love it.