‘The Pleasure Law’ which forbids all of entertainment has been taken into effect in Japan. People who listen to music were called ‘Noise’. Mizuto and Tokio are living a monotonous life as screw factory workers. One day, they accidentally find ruins where thousands of music, that should have been eradicated, was preserved. The two dudes become gradually more fascinated by music, after knowing the existence of ‘Son of a Noise’, an underground live show that is still being done.
Ugana Kenichi was born in 1984 in Tokyo, Japan. He is a director and writer of < Kuroi bodo >(2016) was screened at many theaters in Japan. < Good-bye Silence > is his second feature film.