Two teenagers and a group of people made homeless by a tsunami try and make their way in a devastated Japan

Cold Fish (Tsumetai Nettaigyo)

Equal parts black humor and bloody dementia in this true crime portrait of a Japanese tropical fish dealer responsible for over 40 murders. [Synopsis courtesy of Toronto International Film Festival]

The Mole Song: Undercover Agent Reiji

Reiji Kikukawa, who has a strong sense of justice, graduated from the police academy with the lowest score ever. He becomes a police constable, but is suddenly fired by the Police Chief due to “disciplinary” issues. In actuality, the firing is part of a carefully orchestrated plan. Reiji is ordered to become a “mole,” an undercover cop. His target is Shuho Todoroki, the boss of the Sukiyakai gang. The group is the largest crime group in the Kanto area. Masaya Hiura, who works as a young boss of a Sukiyakai affiliated gang likes Reiji. While going through various hardships, Reiji works his way towards Shuho Todoroki.

The Twilight Samurai

Seibei Iguchi leads a difficult life as a low ranking samurai at the turn of the nineteenth century. A widower with a meager income, Seibei struggles to take care of his two daughters and senile mother. New prospects seem to open up when the beautiful Tomoe, a childhood friend, comes back into he and his daughters’ life, but as the Japanese feudal system unravels, Seibei is still bound by the code of honor of the samurai and by his own sense of social precedence. How can he find a way to do what is best for those he loves?

Lesson of the Evil

A popular high school teacher concocts an extreme plan to deal with the rise of bullying and bad behavior among the student body.