Takeru Sato (left) and Masaki Suda play university graduates searching for jobs in Someone (category I, Japanese), directed by Daisuke Miura. Takeru Sato (left) and Masaki Suda play university graduates searching for jobs in Someone (category I, Japanese), directed by Daisuke Miura.
Takeru Sato (left) and Masaki Suda play university graduates searching for jobs in Someone (category I, Japanese), directed by Daisuke Miura.

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Film review: Someone – dreams and friendships at crosswords in Japanese job-hunting drama

A wry look at Japan’s hugely competitive job market seen through the eyes of a group of university graduates becomes a complex character study

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Takeru Sato (left) and Masaki Suda play university graduates searching for jobs in Someone (category I, Japanese), directed by Daisuke Miura. Takeru Sato (left) and Masaki Suda play university graduates searching for jobs in Someone (category I, Japanese), directed by Daisuke Miura.
Takeru Sato (left) and Masaki Suda play university graduates searching for jobs in Someone (category I, Japanese), directed by Daisuke Miura.
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