Evil Does Not Exist

Milwaukee Film Festival

In Ryusuke Hamaguchi's follow-up to DRIVE MY CAR, we meet Takumi and his daughter Hana in Mizubiki Village, close to Tokyo. Like generations before them, they live a modest life according to the cycles and order of nature. One day, the village inhabitants become aware of a plan to build a glamping site near Takumi’s house, but it soon becomes clear that the project will have a negative impact on the local water supply, causing unrest.


Community Partners: Sierra Club - Great Waters Group; Japanese American Citizens League-Wisconsin Chapter; AFS USA;


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