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  • Cannibal
  • Zombies
  • Freaked out
  • Hardgore
  • Girl"s Power
  • Japan
  • 2017
  • 95min
  • Korean Premiere
  • 12
Code Time Theater Rate GV Ticketing
264 7/14 20:30 Bucheon City Hall Lawn Square 12  Free
308 7/15 21:00 Korea Manhwa Museum 12 
528 7/17 16:00 CGV Bucheon 4 12 
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Non-English Dialogue + No English Subtitle


In a run-down, abandoned warehouse a zombie film is in the making. Out of nowhere, ‘real’ zombies suddenly appear. Beginning with a long one-take shot, the film then completely switches direction and turns the zombie genre into an almost friendly comedy.

Program Note

This film is the winner of the Yubari Film Festival. If you were a big fan of films, you should watch it, regardless if it was in the comic horror genre. The staff and actors are shooting a zombie movie in an abandoned military facility during World War II and are each infected during a real zombie attack. To make matters worse, the mad director continues to shoot the film. The makeup artist, who knows the secrets of the facility is also more brutal than the zombie because of his survival instinct. In fact, this 35-minute long take of the found footage format and one scene-one cut are a fake ary directed by Takayuki. He originally completed this for the opening of a horror channel. 30 minutes of the movie is about the staff’s struggling during real-time shooting process. This is unique space-time frame story structure; the remaining 30 minutes of the film depicts the production process. This film seems like a fake ary, by a fake ary makers, for fake ary watchers, but there is laughter, joy and touching feelings regarding family, teamwork, the filmmaker’s pathos, video industry, the process of production, and the philosophy of film. Japanese emotions, which are their real thoughts and expressions are the main ideas and motives of the film. The director uses metaphors, zombies are expressions and real thoughts are the discussion of films and television shows. The great birth of the movie, a work that is a homage of itself. (HONG Eun-hwa)


UEDA Shinichiro
UEDA Shinichiro
Born 1984 in Shiga, Japan, Ueda Shinichiro made his commercial film debut with a short omnibus film Neko Manma (2015). With his personal slogan of ‘making films which will still be fun after 100 years’ he strives to make entertaining films. His latest work One Cut of the Dead is a perfect example of that.


  • ProducerIchihashi Koji
  • ScreenplayUeda Shinichiro
  • CinematographerSone Tsuyoshi
  • EditorUeda Shinichiro
  • MusicSuzuki Nobuhiro, Nagai Kailu
  • CastHamatsu Takayuki, Akiyama Yuzuki, Fujimura Takuya
  • SalesNikkatsu Corporation

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