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Last Winter, We Parted

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Japan|2018|118min |Korean Premiere |

Code Time Theater Rate GV Ticketing
336 7/15  17:30 CGV Bucheon 3 15
821 7/20  19:30 CGV Sopoong 6 15
929 7/21  16:00 CGV Sopoong 5 15
336 7/15  17:30CGV Bucheon 3
821 7/20  19:30CGV Sopoong 6
929 7/21  16:00CGV Sopoong 5

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Kyosuke, a young reporter looking for a scoop, is preparing for his upcoming wedding to his beloved Yuriko. Intent on publishing a book, he chooses to write about an incident involving the mysterious death of a beautiful blind woman, the prime suspect being talented photographer Yudai. The closer Yakumo gets to the truth, the deeper he plunges into Yudai’s malevolence.

Program Note

Last Winter, We Parted is a mystery as well as a revenge play. Yakumo, a reporter, chases after a murder case of which a genius photographer Kiharazaka Yudai is suspected. This is a bizarre case in which the model is set on fire and photographed while burning to death. The court judged that it was an accident and Yudai was found not guilty. Yakumo believes that there is still evidence for reinvestigation, so he approaches Yudai and his sister. However, in turn, Yudai meets Yakumo’s fiancée and asks her if she could be his model. Could it be that Yudai is a psychopath who feels pleasure by taking photos of his victims? The flow of Last Winter, We Parted is straightforward. Yakumo’s goal is to reinvestigate the case which has already been closed in the court. And to reveal the truth, he has to gather new facts from the person directly involved in the case. He has to throw the bait which suits Yudai’s taste so that he is lured to spill the beans. Who is more cunning, Yakumo or Yudai? Last Winter, We parted presents an intense battle of wits and suspensefully draws the last twist by deliberately placing supporting roles such as Yudai’s sister or Yakumo’s fiancée. (KIM Bong-suk)


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Born in 1966, in Kyoto, Takimoto Tomoyuki made his full directorial debut with Jyukai: The Sea of Trees Behind Mt. Fuji (2004) for which he also wrote the screenplay. This film won him the 25th Fujimoto Award for Best New Filmmaker, as well as the Best Picture Award in the 2004 Tokyo Film Festival’s Japanese Eyes section.


Kubota Osamu

Oishi Tetsuya

Author of the Original Work
Nakamura Fuminori

Kawazu Taro

Takahashi Nobuyuki

Ueno Koji

Production Design
Isoda Norihiro

Iwata Takanori, Yamamoto Mizuki, Saitoh Takumi

Warner Bros. Pictures Japan

Star Rating full_starfull_starfull_starempty_starempty_star  6.00