Nana Komatsu and Masaki Suda in a scene from Drowning Love (category IIA; Japanese), directed by Yuki Yamato. Nana Komatsu and Masaki Suda in a scene from Drowning Love (category IIA; Japanese), directed by Yuki Yamato.
Nana Komatsu and Masaki Suda in a scene from Drowning Love (category IIA; Japanese), directed by Yuki Yamato.

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Film review: Drowning Love – Japanese teen romance takes disturbing turn

Manga adaptation about a Tokyo magazine model who moves to rural Japan starts out as a teen romance, but a sex crime halfway through, and how it is treated, leaves a sour taste in the mouth

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Nana Komatsu and Masaki Suda in a scene from Drowning Love (category IIA; Japanese), directed by Yuki Yamato. Nana Komatsu and Masaki Suda in a scene from Drowning Love (category IIA; Japanese), directed by Yuki Yamato.
Nana Komatsu and Masaki Suda in a scene from Drowning Love (category IIA; Japanese), directed by Yuki Yamato.
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