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Tatsushi Omori’s films have been pushing boundaries since his 2005 debut “The Whispering of the Gods,” with its story of a young murderer’s return to a Christian community presided over by the priest who abused him as a child.

A similar fascination with the darker impulses of the human heart is found in his latest film, “And Then There Was Light.” Based on a 2008 novel of the same title by Shion Miura, it examines the consequences of a rape and murder on three young lives both at the time of the event and a quarter century after.

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