Flawed, but fascinating, this somber adaptation of David Guterson's award-winning novel is sometimes sluggish and difficult to follow, but it's also unexpectedly poetic. Nine years have passed since the bombing of Pearl Harbor, but on a small island due
north of Seattle, the wounds are still fresh. Early one frozen morning, the dead body of local fisherman Carl Heine Jr. (Eric Thal) is found, overboard and tangled in his net, with a nasty gash over his ear. The most likely suspect is Kabuo Miyamoto (Rick Yune), a Japanese-American who was seen
fishing the same fog-bound waters as Heine just hours earlier. And Kabuo has a motive: To circumvent laws preventing non-ci...