Previously at the ICA - Films
7 Feb 2016
Tsuyoshi and Naoki are two brothers who have always looked out for each other since they lost their parents. When older brother Tsuyoshi becomes unemployed, he is driven to commit a robbery in order to help Naoki with his university tuition fees and accidentally murders. Undergoing a rough life as the brother of a murderer, Naoki begins to despise his sibling for the trouble he caused. This beautiful and tear-jerking social portrait of the offender’s family shows the toll the act of murder can have on the lives of those surrounding the perpetrator and is based on a novel of the same title by the best-selling writer Keigo Higashino.
The Letter, dir. Jiro Shono, Japan 2006, 121 mins, Japanese with English subtitles
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