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Published in 2021
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2022, ​DVD cell & release decision!


[Director / Screenplay] Shinichi Otsuka


Shinji Ozeki, Marie Ono, Setsuko Karasuma, Seiji Nakamitsu, Yuya Matsuura, Ikko Suzuki, Ayano, Kosuke Homma


[Distribution] Cinemago

[Outline of work]
The first feature film directed by Shinichi Otsuka, who made his theater debut in "Yokosuka Kitan", was created before that. A human drama that asks about human life, death, and way of life against the backdrop of 9/11. Shinji Ozeki is the main character, Marie Ono is the lover of Shunichi's half-brother, and Setsuko Karasuma and Ikko Suzuki are holding their arms.


At a boxing training gym, Shunichi, who works hard at sparring, had the weakness of being hit too much. On TV, a video of the 9/11 terrorist attacks was shown, and Shunichi was staring at the TV with his colleagues. A few years have passed since then, and the time is 2007. My father came alone from the countryside to the noodle factory where Shunichi works. Shunichi's father suffers from mild dementia, and Shunichi is surprised to see him appear alone. "You have a half-brother and you're a food coordinator in New York. I'm planning to open a ramen shop next time, so I introduced you, but are you willing to work in New York?" Surprise one even more. After that, my father's mistress woman tells me that my brother died in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and that he and I were two.

Shinichi Otsuka Director: Otsuka Shinichi


Born in 1980, from Nagasaki prefecture. Graduated from the Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences, Nihon University. After that, he studied under Kazuhiko Hasegawa, a film director. While working at a restaurant, he helped create the scenario for "United Red Army" and sporadically participated in the production of "Itsuka dokusho dai" (2005 / Akira Ogata).


After that, he left the movie scene and worked on independent film production while earning a living by working at a ramen shop. The first feature film, "American Dream," has not been released to theaters.


"Yokosuka Kitan," which was entered at the Kanazawa Film Festival in 2019, will make its debut in theaters in 2020.

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