Drama,Mystery,Crime   Japan

The movie, The Third Murder, follows Shigemori as he investigates the murder of a man by his client, Misumi. As Shigemori digs deeper into the case, he starts to question Misumi's confession and whether he is truly guilty.

As Shigemori interviews Misumi and others involved in the case, he uncovers conflicting testimonies and evidence that suggest there may be more to the story than meets the eye. He begins to unravel a complex web of secrets and lies, and becomes determined to uncover the truth, despite the challenges he faces.

Throughout the movie, Shigemori grapples with his own beliefs about justice and the legal system, and his faith in his client's innocence wavers as he learns more about the case. The movie delves into themes of morality, responsibility, and the nature of truth, as Shigemori navigates the complexities of the legal system and the human condition.

In the end, The Third Murder raises thought-provoking questions about the nature of justice, the reliability of evidence, and the complexities of the human psyche. The movie offers a compelling and intense exploration of the legal process and the search for truth in the face of uncertainty.
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