|I Just Didn't Do It|
|Directed by||Masayuki Suo|
|Screenplay by||Masayuki Suo|
|Starring|| Ryo Kase |
|Music by||Yoshikazu Suo|
|Edited by||Junichi Kikuchi|
|Box office||¥1.11 billion|
I Just Didn't Do It (それでもボクはやってない, Soredemo boku wa yattenai) is a 2007 Japanese film directed by Masayuki Suo, starring Ryo Kase, Asaka Seto and Kōji Yakusho.
Based on a true story, the film is the story of a young man charged with groping on a train. Following the events depicted in the film, which end in a conviction and his decision to appeal, in real life his appeal was rejected by supreme court and his sentence to 18 months of prison has been confirmed.
The film premiered at the American Film Market in November 2006 in the United States and distributed by Toho in Japan on January 20, 2007.It was later shown in New York City on January 11, 2007.
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