A remake of the 1976 award winning film. When tycoon Inugami Sahei passes away, he unexpectedly leaves the family fortune to outsider Tamayo on the condition that she marry one of the Inugami grandsons - Sukekiyo, Suketake, or Suketomo - pitting blood against blood. Soon afterwards, members of the family begin to show up dead, one by one. Detective Kindaichi Kosuke is called in to investigate the murders, and the truth is slowly revealed as he happens upon years of hidden skeletons and a shocking family secret. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A web of deceit, adultery and greed manifests in Kon Ichikawa's remake of his own 1976 hit about a murder investigation that reveals years of hidden skeletons and a shocking family secret.
- Stars:Tomoko Kawakami, Aya Hisakawa, Hikaru Midorikawa, Chinami Nishimura, Kikuko Inoue, Nobutoshi Kanna, Shin'ichirô Miki, Yumi Tôma, Hiromi Konno, Yûko Nagashima, Keiko Han, Michio Nakao, Aki Sasaki, Kanako Tateno, Kôji Ishizaka, Nanako Matsushima, Kikunosuke Onoe, Sumiko Fuji, Keiko Matsuzaka, Hisako Manda, Shingo Katsurayama, Mansaku Ikeuchi, Yukijirô Hotaru, Toshiya Nagasawa, Saburô Ishikura, Isao Bitô, Miki Sanjô, Kôki Mitani, Kikuzo Hayashiya,
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Robson T (au) wrote: Interessante mas podia ser mais bem trabalhado.
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