It’s not enough to plead ignorance. Tomorrow it might be you on trial. Masayuki SUO, writer-director of the world-renowned “Shall We Dance?” makes his return to feature filmmaking after an 11 year absence. In “Fancy Dance”(1989) he examined the little-known world of apprentices Buddhist monks. In “Sumo Do, Sumo Don’t”(1992) he explored the intricacies of university sumo wrestling. In “Shall We Dance?” he gave the same treatment to the twilight world of Japanese ballroom dance. This time he brings his powerful yet entertaining analysis is to bear on the little-known world of the Japanese legal system. This story of one man, falsely accused of the crime of molestation, examines the problems of an authoritarian judicial system where an individual faces the full, unchecked weight of state power.