Kenichiro Takeuchi has gone through numerous hardships as the son of a former death row inmate who was convicted of carrying out a mysterious fatal train accident in chaotic postwar Japan.
While leading a life of obscurity and changing jobs nearly a dozen times, Takeuchi, 76, lives with the dream of his father being exonerated posthumously for what he believes was a wrongful conviction.
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