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Dead sushi (デッド寿司)

Dead sushi (デッド寿司)

[Directed by]
IGUCHI Noboru
[Produced by]
* NAGATA Motohisa
* SAKAI Yoichi
* FUKUI Mana
[Cast]
* TAKEDA Rina KEIKO
* MATSUZAKI Shigeru SAWADA
* SUGA Takamasa NOZAKA
[Staff]
* Screenplay: IGUCHI Noboru
* Cinematography: NAGANO Yasutaka
* Sound Recording: NARIGASAWA Ryo
* Editor: YAFUNE Yosuke
* Music: FUKUDA Yasuhiko
[Production Company]
Office Walker
[Distributor (Japan)]
Walker Pictures
[Production Studio]
Nishimura Motion Picture Model Makers Group

Release Date: January 19, 2013
Running Time: 92 min
Genre: Feature
Color: Color
Screening Format: HDCAM Subtitle: English
[Story]
The panic film screened at over 30 international film festivals. Director Iguchi Noboru, who has earned cultural popularity within Japan and overseas with films like Karate-Robo Zaborgar, creates a film with his own unique taste about the terror of sushi that turns into blood Creatures And Attacks -Thirsty Humans.
Sushi Chef Aspirant Keiko (Takeda Rina) Can Not Handle The Strict Training And Leaves Home, And Lands A Job As A Servant At An Inn. One Day, A Mysterious Man Bent On Revenge Visits The Inn and sets the inn into a panic after injecting a suspicious serum into the inn’s sushi.
[Official Site]
deadsushi.com/en
[Film Festivals, Awards]
* Japan Society Los Angeles 2013
* L ‘Etrange Festival 2013
* Slash Film Festival 2013
* Fantastik Film Festival 2013
* Fantastic Festival 2013
* Film 4 Fright Festival 2013
* Fantasia Film Festival 2013
* Puchon Film Festival 2013
* Fantastic Zagreb 2013
* Fantaspoa Flim Festival 2013
* Firenze Japanese Cinema Festival 2013
* Kosmorama Trondheim Int’ l Film Festival 2013
* Future Film Festival 2013
* Muestra Syfy de Cine Fantastico 2013
* Japan Square Film Festival 2013
* Abertoir Horror Festival 2013
* Rio Grindhouse Film Festival 2013
* Ithaca Int’l Fantastic Film Festival 2013
* Morbido Int’l Film Festival 2013
* Calgary special event 2013
* Zinema Zombie Festival 2013
* San Diego Asian Extreme 2013
* Camera Japan Festival 2013
* Sitges Film Festival 2013
* Monster Fest 2013
* Mayhem Film Festival 2013
* San Sebastian Horror & Fantasy 2013
* Razor Reel Fantastic Film Festival 2013
* Feast for Eyes Food Film Festival 2013
* Friars Club Comedy Festival 2013
* Philadephia Film Festival 2013
* Toronto After Dark Festival 2013
* Hawaii Int’l Film Festival 2013
* Gerardmer Int’l Fantasy FF 2013
* Black Movie Film Festival 2013
* Black Movie Film Festival 2013

Keiko (Takeda Rina) is the daughter of a great sushi master, who teaches her since she was a child in the art of sushi and martial arts. Nevertheless, she is dissatisfied with him, because “the smell of a woman is not good for sushi”. She is heartbroken, flees from home and goes to work in an inn. A group of clients belonging to a pharmaceutical company arrives, led by Tsuchida (Tsuda Kanji), an unbearable leader who considers himself a great connoisseur of sushi. In the ravines of the garden and the inn hovers Yamada (Matsuzaki Shigeru), a dark guy, half bum, and half a prophet, who is mistreated by two young men while he is eating his sushi. Without bothering too much, he extracts a flying cuttlefish from under his clothes and throws him on the unfortunates, cutting off his head. Yamada heads for the party and assaults their boss. In fact, we discover that the two were partners of the company and that Yamada had discovered a potion to revive the animals and give them a killing aggression but had been ousted by Tsuchida who had appropriated the company. Yamada seeks revenge but the owner of the inn, to protect his wealthy customers, does not hesitate to shoot him. Yamada, wounded to death, injects the miraculous potion in the flying cuttlefish, ordering him to give life to all the sushi present in the restaurant. The little pieces of fish come back to life and with it, killing vitality: endowed with deadly teeth they start to attack the guests of the inn…
Iguchi Noboru is the recognized master of B-movies trash. A sort of Ed Wood in a splatter-dementia sauce. As often happens to those who end up its products and transmit to the public the fun that tries to make them come true, it is now a cult director and his films revolve around half the world. Although sometimes its findings can bother or even cause nausea, there is no denying that it is in the presence of an inventive talent, albeit at the service of visual and communicative distortion. Alongside a long experience in the field of Adult Videos, in which he made films on almost every aspect of sexual perversion, Iguchi realized – often in cooperation with Nishimura Yoshihiro, a special effects magician, and several times a director of very successful analogous films. – Various films that combine sex, horror, splatter, fantasy and every possible genre and genre contamination.
Dead Sushi, made the year after the success of the horror comedy Zombie Ass, called “eschatological”, in which the zombies come out of the toilet, is a film that can not miss in a midnight marathon worthy of the name.
[Katsuyuki Nakanishi]

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Katsuyuki Nakanishi
Born on 1984 in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture. Graduated in Vantan Film and Movie Institute major in film director. The fourth graduate of JSC Cinematographers assistant upbringing cramming school. While he was studying in Tokyo, he was also working with Director Shinya Tsukamoto's movie at the same time. After that, he became part of the lighting department of Toei Studios Kyoto, studied under Kiyoto Ando and Takashi Sugimoto. In these movies, he worked as an assistant lighting director with Takashi Sugimoto in "Chacha - Tengai no Onna"(2007) and Kiyoto Ando in "The Fallen Angel"(2010). He work as a freelancer since 2011 and became part of these latest movies as a lighting director of Director Yang Ik-June's ”Shibata and Nagao"(2012), Director Keisuke Yoshida’s ”Himeanile”(2016), Director Kohki Yoshida’s ”ThreeLights"(2017), Director Hiroshi Ando’s ”Moon and Thunder" (2017) and Director Shinya Tsukamoto’s ”Killing” (2018).

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