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Directed by Minami Goto

Edo Period in Japan. Suzu, a woman whose precious younger sister was injured by bandits, finally discovers their whereabouts. Suzu tries to cut down the culprit, but there are two suspects. Suzu tries to find the culprit by relying on the clue “spider” left by her sister.

Directed by Minami Goto
Produced by Ken Takahashi

Director’s Bio: Minami Goto is a Japanese filmmaker. She holds a BA in Art History from the University of Tokyo where she produced a series of film screenings and events. She obtained her Master of Fine Arts degree at Columbia University in the City of New York with help from three scholarships. She has extensive experience working with international crews and has directed, written, and edited a number of short films in both the United States and Japan. She won the Avex Digital Award for best script and pitch at the Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia in 2017. She also won the Jack Larson Award for Collaboration in the same year. In 2020, Minami participated in the Kyoto Filmmakers Lab 2020 and Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival’s Fantastic Film School 2020. These days, she works from her homes in Tokyo, Kyoto, and Shizuoka.

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