Yaku san-ju no uso”, also called “Thirty Lies Or So”, is around four men and two ladies who plot to dupe a secret organization. Every character tries to hoodwink the other out of the 70 million yen they stole. The story is determined to a train, both in transit towards their destination and in transit back, when they have the bag brimming with cash. The cash vanishes a few times, all players put under suspicion. This film has a few wanders aimlessly and is a genuinely decent secret/anticipation.
Yaku san-jû no uso (English title: 30 Lies or somewhere in the vicinity) is a standout amongst the most imaginative motion pictures I’ve seen on go movies.
It recounts the tale around a gathering of swindlers who profits by offering some fake merchandise bamboozling the purchasers. You never know how it happens in light of the fact that the motion picture is completely centered around the sentiment the gathering of swindlers prior and then afterward the misrepresentation has occurred.
Love, desire, misgiving, and absolution lead the train where the con artists are venturing out to run home with the cash, setting up a captivating plan where feelings restrict to their first point, which is clearly the cash.
At last fellowship and harmony is by all accounts the essential things for them when for all intents and purposes each individual from the groups suspects each other to want to escape with the cash at the following stop.
Miki Nakatani is basically stunning, imho one the most delightful lady on earth, she’s additionally a talented performing artist and vocalist.
Try not to miss this one, it demonstrates at the end of the day that Japan (and obviously whatever is left of Asia) is the eventual fate of silver screen.