The intoxicatingly cool but troubled Kengo meanders through his life with breezy detachment, remaining distant from his girlfriend and his boss. He casually floats along in an arrested state, longing to know the truth about his father, who his lovingly obsessed mother claims is God. Still, nothing ruffles his feathers until he sees a man he thinks could be his father, which sets him off on a cathartic journey to discover the truth. ALL GOD'S CHILDREN CAN DANCE resonates with humanity and shines with magnificent craftsmanship, standing as a transcendent tale against the urban landscape of Los Angeles.
|Directed by||Robert Logevall|
|Written by||Scott Coffey, Haruki Murakami|