When sitting down to watch Coup d'Etat, one should prepare for an unusual session. I can easily recommend. It has a beautiful storyline. It is not told dynamically, only calmly, with a sense and a certain dose of poetry. The music is very good too. The full film is complemented by great music and good scenes. Coup d'Etat turned out to be even much better than I really wanted. The movie is really worth watching.
Coup d'Etat description:
Ikka Kita is a revolutionary who suffers when she brings his younger brother's clothes, which are still smeared with his blood. Brother Ikki followed the rebel's instructions and acted, tried to lead the life of the financial group manager, and then killed himself because he could not escape. Ikka is now more determined than ever to lead his teachings to the ultimate goal, the "coup".