Japanese Film Festival | Satellite
Mystery, Thriller
Manga Adaptations

The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window


Directed by: Yukihiro Morigaki
2021 / 102 minutes / Unclassified 15+

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Exorcism, necromancy, and bonds to the past

Haunted by ghostly visions since childhood, timid Mikado’s world starts making sense when he’s recruited by dashing supernatural investigator Hiyakawa. Bonding their sixth senses, the duo look into a series of grisly murders, puzzling detective Hanzawa.

As the ghost-whispering pair unearth clues and exorcise cursed ghosts, one name keeps coming up in Mikado’s visions: the elusive Erika Hiura. With Hanzawa’s seasoned street-cop scepticism at their side, she’s already in their sights.

This occult mystery unleashes darkness, both human and otherworldly. Jun Shison (Teiichi: Battle of Supreme High, JFF 2017) and Masaki Okada’s (The Many Faces of Itо̄) screen chemistry is spellbinding, while Yurina Hirate (Hibiki; former Sakurazaka46 idol) brings a chilling energy as a teen with toxic presence. The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window is directed by Yukihiro Morigaki (Goodbye Grandpa!) and is an adaptation of Tomoko Yamashita’s yaoi manga of the same name.

Audience warning: Contains moderate themes, violence, blood and gore


Palace Electric, Canberra


Palace Raine Square, Perth


Palace Barracks, Brisbane


The Kino, Melbourne


The Kino, Melbourne


Palace Verona, Sydney


Palace Norton Street, Sydney

Screens in: Canberra, Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney

Director: Yukihiro Morigaki

Cast: Jun Shison, Masaki Okada and Yurina Hirate

Genre: Mystery, Thriller

Category: Manga Adaptations

Language(s): Japanese with English subtitles