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Outside Japan :Released:2000/10/12
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2016/06/28 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
by 墨汁一滴 (Skip) Provider: 21970 Host:22103 Browser: 1975(Mobile)
Mark that appeared in the "Perfect Storm" that I watched this before, was a socialist suspense movie starring Wolberg.
It started from the place where the protagonist who had been forced to live in prison due to protecting a friend got off after serving as a prison, but because he was put in prison due to the fact that his friends initially made it in the first place, his fault Because it is not there, it is natural in a sense to try to get a decent job.
However, it is said that he was unlucky indeed, even though the bad friends were again dressed in the murder case of the murder case and they ran out of escape, it was said that there was no such thing as a fellow luck luck It was an impression.
Although it would have been easier to reveal the truth, if such a thing were done, the corruption which one was involved once became clear, and although it was in a situation that it was not socially eliminated somewhat, it proved innocent anyhow After the conflict with the others, the appearance of the hero who revealed the truth of corruption as far as I knew occurred around me just seemed to have felt the intention to cut off the betrayal second only to betrayal I think so.
Although it becomes an evaluation, I will make it "good".