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Impossibility Defense Japanese Movie English Subtitle
At a certain park, there is a mysterious man, who has red eyes and a black suit, that people can go to and request him to kill someone. His assassinations can never be blamed on him because he takes no illegal action. His strength is in the power of suggestion and the arrangement of events. He accepts these requests, all the while privately mocking the foolishness of those whose unwise wishes he grants.
However, it is not always easy to identify whether an actor made a “legal” and “factual” mistake.
In State v. Guffey, (1953), the defendant shot a stuffed deer, thinking it was alive, and was convicted
attempting to kill a protected animal out of season. In a highly debatable reversal, an appellate judge threw
out the conviction on the basis of legal impossibility, concluding that it is no crime to shoot a stuffed deer
out of season
Original title 不能犯
IMDb Rating 5.6 86 votes