A Girl Missing “is a satisfying slow-burn drama expertly told” (Screen Daily) by one of Japan’s current cinematic masters.
Ichiko is a private home-nurse who has worked for the elder matriarch of the Oishos for years and regards them as her own family. Ichiko’s quiet, routine life is shattered when a young member of the Oishos clan is kidnapped. When it is revealed that the kidnapper is none other than Ichiko’s nephew, her life begins to unravel.
Japan/France 2019, 111 min, Dir: Kōji Fukada
Japanese with subtitles
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