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Bjoern Eichstaedt almost 7 years ago
Bright Future (アカルイミライ, Akarui Mirai) is a 2003 Japanese film written and directed by Japanese director Kiyoshi Kurosawa, starring Tadanobu Asano and Joe Odagiri. It was entered into the 2003 Cannes Film Festival. Yuji Nimura (Odagiri) and Mamoru Arita (Asano) are two factory workers who are constantly irritated by their boss, Fujiwara (Takashi Sasano). One day Mamoru entrusts his poisonous jellyfish, which he has been acclimating to fresh water, to Nimura. The mentally unbalanced Nimura goes to Fujiwara's house one night with the intent of hurting him, only to find that Mamoru has already done so. Mamoru is convicted of the murder but commits suicide on death row, leaving Nimura a private message to "go ahead." Mamoru's divorcé father, Shinichiro, takes Nimura in. Nimura helps with Shinichiro's electronics salvage business, but is still a loose cannon. He ultimately realizes he must learn to cope with his place in the world, with his responsibilities and his losses, and with the...
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