Prejudice is not a crime, but it can be deadly.
A young Japanese girl waiting on the train platform accidentally kills her classmate because she is disgusted by her appearance.
It was all over a bottle of varnish, an it was an honest misunderstanding if it weren’t for her own prejudice about the girl’s appearance.
The accident haunts her for days, even as she locked herself up in the bedroom. She’s haunted by the guilt and the soul of the innocent girl.
The girl was ugly, but the stain on her character was uglier. But she knew it, and embraced it to the end.
Directed by David Broner, Kevin Cordier-Royer, Tristan Jaegly, Vincent Touache, Chien-Chang Wu, Jake Delamare, with music by Slava Pogorelsky.
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