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‘Don’t you understand what is to have a child taken from you? How could you be a policeman and not understand that?”

That’s a line from “Rokuyon” (“Six Four”) the latest addition to Japan’s host of films about kidnapping. “Six Four” is distinctive in the thriller subgenre, however, in that it had a budget to create a feature more than four hours long, which the distributors (Toho Cinema) have decided to break up into two parts. Part 1 opens this weekend, while Part 2 opens on June 11.

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