Giri/Haji (2019)
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Episode #1.3 

Kenzo is finally reunited with Yuto, and while he gets some answers, any hopes of a reconciliation are dashed when he finds himself back at square one, still chasing after his brother and ... See full summary »

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Julian Farino

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Joe Barton (created and written by)
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Episode credited cast:
Takehiro Hira ... Kenzo Mori
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jozef Aoki ... Takashi
Sophia Brown ... Donna Clark
Charlie Creed-Miles ... Abbott
Andrius Davidenas ... Albanian
Richard Dillane ... Brian
Jamie Draven ... Ian Summers
James Fletcher ... Jay Jay
Matt Greenwood ... Rodney's Friend
Peter Guiney ... Kindly Albanian
Moe Idris Moe Idris ... Police Officer
Togo Igawa ... Hotaka
Jacob James Beswick Jacob James Beswick ... Tyler
Ellie James ... Annie
Katsuya Katsuya ... Toshio
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Kenzo is finally reunited with Yuto, and while he gets some answers, any hopes of a reconciliation are dashed when he finds himself back at square one, still chasing after his brother and mystified by his anger. A surprise visitor from Tokyo lifts the detective's spirits, although he still has the threat of crime boss Abbot's threat hanging over his head. However, during an evening of confessions with Sarah, both question whether Yuto is the only reason he has not returned home yet.

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Two Steps From the Blues
(uncredited)
Written by Deadric Malone & John Riley Brown
Performed by Bobby Bland
Produced by Don D. Robey
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Drama at its best.
16 August 2020 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Wow!

Kenzo finally meets up with his estranged brother Yuto, but his attempts to get him to return home fail, even the explanation of his father's illness isn't enough, Kenzo has the added complication of Taki, his daughter, arriving in London.

I absolutely loved every single minute of it, this truly is drama of outstanding quality. It is multi layered to the point of being complicated, but it's done in a way that isn't confusing, the last thing you'll ever be with this, is bored.

The acting is spellbinding, Will Sharpe is stealing it for me as Rodney, just searched him, I can't believe it's the guy from Defending the Guilty, talk about versatile.

The ending implies carnage, I cannot wait to see what happens next, it's that good that I've cancelled today's plans to see what happens next.

Love it, 9/10.


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17 October 2019 (UK) See more »

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