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Institute of Contemporary Arts
An angry Japanese salaryman screams with fury in someone's face, grabbing them by the jacket
Intolerance 空白, dir. Keisuke Yoshida, Japan 2021, 107 min., Japanese with English subtitles, 15 © 2021 “Intolerance” Film Partners

A junior high school girl’s (Aoi Ito) accidental death sparks a flurry of activity. She had been caught shoplifting at a local supermarket by the shop manager Naoto (Tori Matsuzaka), who chases her down the street. After running out into the road, she gets hit by a car and truck and dies brutally and instantaneously. Having brought up the girl alone, her father Mitsuru (Arata Furuta) cannot accept the accident nor the fact that his daughter was stealing. While the media feeds upon the girl’s death, Mitsuru starts hunting down the ones to blame.

One of the Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme’s regular directors, Keisuke  Yoshida shows his masterful directorial skills and explores human behaviour and psychology in-depth in this poignant and original film which reflects on contemporary sin, deception and forgiveness.
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