Haruko Azumi is a 28-years-old woman. She is a single and works at an office. One day, she suddenly disappears on a typical street with retail stores lined up. After her disappearance, her missing person poster is spread across the city.
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3.2. Equal parts irritating and interesting. Half the movie is a candy-coloured sugar rush, while the other has a more sombre and measured tone. Director takes plenty of swipes at Japanese culture including its patriarchal society and a vacuous emoji generation. Depending on their age, women are either fetishised or deemed osolete like last years mobile phone model.