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Kazuaki Kiriya





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In 1582, Hideyoshi Toyotomi directs Japan’s destiny with extreme cruelty without hiding his plans for expansion. His rise to power was a result of treason that put an end to General Nobunaga Oda, and his secret is hidden in a mysterious box. Goemon, a local ‘Robin Hood’, will become Toyotomi’s worse threat when the conspiracy is discovered. After his celebrated Casshern, Kiriya floods our retinas with a high-tech blockbuster that infographically sieves one of the decisive moments in Japan’s history and turns it into an exciting dark fantasy full of ninjas, samurais and  indestructible heroes.

Director biography:

Kazuaki Kiriya

1968, Kumamoto prefecture, Japan. Photographer, screenwriter and filmmaker, he has created numerous music videos and in 2004 he directed Casshern (Sitges’04), a stylized debut movie that revealed his passion for visual effects. Goemon is his second feature film.

Cast & Crew:

JAPÓ. 2009

Director: Kazuaki Kiriya
Productors: Taka Ichise, Kazuaki Kiriya
Guió: Kazuaki Kiriya, Tetsuroh Takita
Fotografia: Kazuaki Kiriya
Muntatge: Kazuaki Kiriya, Chisako Yokoyama
Música: Akihiko Matsumoto
Disseny de producció: Yuji Hayashida
Efectes visuals: Koji Nozaki
Vestuari: Vaughan Alexander, Tina Kalivas
Intèrprets: Yosuke Eguchi, Takao Soawa, Ryoko Hirosue, Garagesale Gori, Eiji Okuda
Durada: 128 minuts

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