Kenta to Jun to Kayo-chan no Kuni (A Crowd Of Three) (2010)
Two angry young men explode in a spree of violence and vandalism in this drama from director Omori Tatsushi. Kenta (Matsuda Shota) and Jun (Kora Kengo) are two guys in their early twenties who grew up together in an orphanage and regard one another as family. Kenta and Jun have been knocked around all their lives; they have few talents and no real direction in their lives, but plenty of anger and a willingness to answer to their most violent impulses. Kenta has a brother who is serving time in prison for sexually abusing children; one day, he decides he should bust his brother out of jail, and he and Jun trash their boss's office, wreck his Lexus, steal a car and hit the road for Hokkaido. Along the way, they pick up Kayo (Ando Sakura), a shy young woman who is easily intimidated, and they leave a trail of destruction in their wake as they make their way to the prison, taking turns manhandling their new accomplice along the way. Kenta to Jun to Kayo Chan No Kuni (aka A Crowd Of Three) was an official selection at the 2010 Berlin International Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi … More
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