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Narumi and her husband Shinji are going through a rocky patch when Shinji suddenly vanishes, returning several days later, utterly transformed. At the same time, a family is brutally murdered, and the town beset by strange phenomena. Journalist Sakurai begins to investigate the mystery…
Exploration of disaffected youth in Japan.
A detective investigates a series of murders, trying to work out why, despite each having the same methodology, the perpatrators appear to be different.
An ex-cop is drawn into a missing persons case.
When an assistant to a daguerreotype photographer falls in love with the latter's daughter the relationship mirrors the art form as love and pain combine.
A devoted wife lets her husband, who drowned at sea three years ago, take her on a journey.
Facing the apocalypse, as a secret website devotes itself to the terrible isolation of ghosts and the parable of techno terror.
The fate of missing schoolgirl haunts the lives of a medium and her husband in Japan.
A Tokyo salaryman loses his job and tries to conceal it from his already dysfunctional family.
A Japanese TV host finds a trip to Uzbekistan to shoot an episode of her reality travel show begins to dissolve her chipper persona.
Building a better childhood Benjamin Massoubre on Little Nicholas: Happy As Can Be
Keeping traces Amélie van Elmbt and Maya Duverdier on Dreaming Walls: Inside The Chelsea Hotel
Keeping it simple Paul Solet on partnering with Adrien Brody to make Clean
Schreiber’s crusade for Ukraine Actor spearheads campaign for help at the grassroots
Still waters Ed Accura on changing the narrative with Blacks Can’t Swim: Rewind
Court them in song and rhyme Ethan Silverman on Angelheaded Hipster: The Songs Of Marc Bolan & T. Rex
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