On a technical level it's incredible how well-edited this is. Rarely feels like a documentary. I teared up for most of the film and cried heaps towards the end so yeah, to say this affected me is an understatement.
The third in Daigo Matsui's informal 'Japan Girls' trilogy. It's got Matsui's fingerprints all over it but perhaps would have benefited even more from being an original script/concept of Matsui's rather than an adaptation. Still, this is a great takedown of misogyny in Japan.