Zero no shôten (Zero Focus)
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Zero no shôten (Zero Focus)
Spurred by the disappearance of a newly-wed husband, three women in post-war Japan are drawn into a murder mystery.

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"evokes Imamura's A Man Vanishes (1967), while adding Hitchcockian clifftop suspense, a giallo-esque killer-in-red, and a feminist preoccupation with the silent sacrifices and sufferings of women in the creation of the modern Japanese state."
‑ Anton Bitel, Film4
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