|One Cut of the Dead|
Theatrical release poster
|Literal meaning||Don't Stop the Camera!|
|Directed by||Shin'ichirō Ueda|
|Written by||Shin'ichirō Ueda|
|Produced by||Koji Ichihashi|
|Edited by||Shin'ichirō Ueda|
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|Budget||¥3 million ($25,000)|
|Box office||¥3.12 billion (Japan) |
$31.2 million (worldwide)
One Cut of the Dead (カメラを止めるな!, Kamera o Tomeru na!, transl. "Don't Stop the Camera!") is a 2017 Japanese zombie comedy film written and directed by Shin'ichirō Ueda. It follows a team of actors and filmmakers who are tasked with shooting a zombie film for live television, and who must tự so sánh in a single take.
Made with a low budget of ¥3 million ($25,000) with a cast of unknown actors, the film opened in nhật bản in a small theatre for a six-day run rẩy. Following its international success at its screening at the Udine Film Festival, the film began getting wider exposure, including a re-release in nhật bản. It grossed US $27,935,711 (¥3.12 billion) in nhật bản and $30.5 million worldwide, making box office history by earning over a thousand times its budget. The film also received acclaim from critics, who praised its originality, writing and humor.
In the first section of the film, the cast and crew of a low-budget zombie film called True Fear are shooting at an abandoned water filtration plant. Director Higurashi, desperate for film success due to lớn mounting debts and frustrated at the actors' work, arranges for a blood pentagram to lớn be painted to lớn revive real zombies per the plant's haunted past. The cameraman turns into a zombie and bites assistant director Kasahara, turning him into one as well. Actress Chinatsu, actor Ko, and makeup artist Nao lock the zombies out of the plant. Higurashi insists they continue filming using the real zombies. The sound engineer rushes out of the plant and is infected. Higurashi brings the zombified sound engineer back in for more footage, throwing him at the actors. Nao decapitates the zombified sound engineer and is splattered with zombie blood.
Chinatsu, Ko, and Nao attempt to lớn escape, but Higurashi facilitates an attack by zombified Kasahara while he films. Chinatsu is confronted by the zombies and saved by Ko. They reunite with Nao, who suspects that Chinatsu is infected. Nao attempts to lớn kill Chinatsu and chases her, dispatching the zombies in the process. Chinatsu escapes to lớn a roof, with Nao and Ko following. Offscreen, Ko kills Nao with an axe to lớn save Chinatsu. Chinatsu thinks she is infected and runs away to lớn a building with a pentagram painted on the outside wall. An unidentified zombie approaches Chinatsu and leaves. Chinatsu also exits the building, finding an axe before seeing Ko wandering on the roof. She approaches Ko to lớn find that he has been zombified. Chinatsu confronts zombified Ko in a scene similar to lớn the start of the film, and after being briefly interrupted by a mysteriously revived Nao, Chinatsu decapitates zombified Ko. Higurashi berates Chinatsu for going off script. Chinatsu kills Higurashi, and she ends the first section by standing on the blood pentagram in a trance-like state.
The second section of the film involves the personal lives of the real cast and crew of the One Cut of the Dead production. Takayuki Higurashi, director of a TV drama starring alcoholic actor Manabu Hosoda, is approached by network executives to lớn direct a low-budget zombie film in one take to lớn launch the new Zombie Channel. He is initially reluctant, but accepts in hopes of reconnecting with his daughter Mao, a horror movie fanatic. Actors cast for One Cut of the Dead include idol Aika Matsumoto as Chinatsu, cynical actor Kazuaki Kamiya as Ko, Shunsuke Yamagoe as the sound engineer, and Hosoda as the cameraman. One Cut of the Dead is also revealed to lớn be a live show, so sánh no reshoots or delays are possible.
The third section of the film depicts the chaotic shooting of One Cut of the Dead from behind the scenes. The actors cast as director and makeup artist could not make filming, forcing Takayuki and his wife Harumi to lớn step in to lớn fill their respective roles. During the shooting, Takayuki overacts his first scene by physically accosting Matsumoto. Hosoda passes out drunk and later vomits. Yamagoe's diarrhea leads to lớn his character leaving the plant off-script. Dealing with these forces Takayuki and the other actors to lớn start to lớn improvise and make small talk. The main cameraman suffers a back injury and has to lớn be replaced. Harumi goes off-script and attacks various real cast and crew during the scene of Nao chasing Chinatsu, forcing Takayuki to lớn choke her out and later forcibly remove her from interrupting the ending scene between Chinatsu and Ko after she abruptly wakes up. The zombie who did not attack Chinatsu turns out to lớn be a crew thành viên giving instructions. The camera crane accidentally gets broken, forcing the real cast and crew to lớn khuông a human pyramid in order to lớn mimic a crane shot for the final shot, with Mao having to lớn hold the camera while atop Takayuki's shoulders. The faux-crane shot is successful, and the real cast and crew are elated at the successful filming.
The final credits are shown over shots of yet another film crew who are filming the events in the first section, including the faux-crane shot being taken from the top of a step ladder.
- Takayuki Hamatsu as Takayuki Higurashi
- Yuzuki Akiyama as Aika Matsumoto / Chinatsu
- Kazuaki Nagaya as Kazuaki Kamiya / Ko / Ken
- Harumi Shuhama as Harumi Higurashi / Nao
- Manabu Hosoi as Manabu Hosoda
- Hiroshi Ichihara as Hiroshi Yamanouchi
- Shuntaro Yamazaki as Shunsuke Yamagoe
- Shinichiro Osawa as Shinichiro Furusawa
- Yoshiko Takehara (Donguri) as Yoshiko Sasahara
- Sakina Asamori as Saki Matsuura
- Miki Yoshida as Miki Yoshino
- Ayana Goda as Ayana Kurihara
- Mao as Mao Higurashi
Filmmaker Shin'ichirō Ueda directed, edited, and wrote the script for One Cut of the Dead. Ueda, an independent filmmaker, had previously made several short films. For the film, he stated that One Cut of the Dead was partially inspired by Ryoichi Wada's stage play, Ghost in the Box, which Ueda had seen five years prior. Wada, a playwright and theater director, had presented Ghost in the Box from 2011 to lớn năm trước.
To make his film, Ueda worked with the Enbu Seminar drama school in Tokyo. Enbu Seminar not only produced the film, but also hosted the acting workshops that Ueda used to lớn help cast its actors, most of them unknowns. According to lớn actress Yuzuki Akiyama, the workshop lasted for two months. She had previously worked with Ueda on his 2011 short film, Dreaming Novelist.
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Filming for One Cut of the Dead took place over the course of eight days in June 2017. It was shot at an abandoned water filtration plant in Mito, Ibaraki. Akiyama described the filming process as "very enjoyable but also pretty exhausting", due to lớn the pressure to lớn get a long take right. The long take in particular, a 37-minute-long continuous shot of the zombie film, took six takes.
One Cut of the Dead was made for ¥3 million (approximately $25,000 at the time), and was partially crowdfunded. After the eight days of shooting, it took four months for Ueda to lớn edit the film.
Producer and Enbu Seminar president Koji Ichihashi said that the initial target for the film to lớn break even was 5,000 admissions. One Cut of the Dead opened in nhật bản in an 84-seat Tokyo art house theater with an initial theatrical run rẩy of six days. The film began garnering international attention after it became the runner-up in the audience vote at the Udine Far East Film Festival. Of the films screening at Udine, it received a standing ovation and the Audience Award at the Udine Far East Film Festival in year 2018.
After receiving positive reviews outside of nhật bản, the film was released in three cinemas in Tokyo in June with discounts for an audience in zombie costumes to lớn help the film gain attention. Asmik Ace stepped in to lớn co-distribute the film, giving it a wider release in July. It was showing at around 200 screens in nhật bản by March 2018 where it had officially grossed ¥800 million.
In nhật bản, the film sold 2,149,449 tickets and grossed ¥3,040,246,069 in 136 days. It became the seventh highest-grossing domestic film of 2018, grossing ¥3.12 billion ($28.3 million) at the Japanese box office. It made box office history by earning over a thousand times its budget.
Overseas, the film grossed NT$53 million (US$1.9 million) in Taiwan, HK$7.06 million (US$908,623) in Hong Kong, $154,123 in South Korea, $52,406 in the United States and Canada, and $2,903 in Iceland, for a worldwide total of $31,178,962.
On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds a 100% "Certified Fresh" approval rating based on 91 reviews, with an average rating of 8.6/10. The site's critical consensus states, "Brainy and bloody in equal measure, One Cut of the Dead reanimates the moribund zombie genre with a refreshing blend of formal daring and clever satire." Metacritic reports an 86 out of 100 score, based on 14 reviews, indicating "universal acclaim".
Writing for Variety, Richard Kuipers declared the film to lớn be a "marvelously inventive horror-comedy [that] breathes new life into the zombie genre", and attributed its success to lớn "its irresistibly bouncy spirit [...] it positively sparkles with the infectious "C'mon everyone, let's put on a show!" enthusiasm that’s served the movies so sánh well since the days of Andy Hardy." Elizabeth Kerr of The Hollywood Reporter found the film to lớn be "a breezy and often laugh-out-loud hilarious zombie comedy", noting that although the film "sags in the second act as it sets up the third, it's not so sánh much that it loses all the steam it generated out of the gate." David Ehrlich of IndieWire, opined that the film was "so heartfelt and hilarious that it's easy to lớn forgive the contrivances that hold it together, and to lớn overlook how transparently Ueda reverse-engineers most of his best gags. Seemingly unimportant details in the film's sluggish middle section blossom into killer jokes some 30 minutes later".
In August 2018, Ryoichi Wada gave an interview where he stated that One Cut of the Dead was an adaptation of Ghost in the Box, and that he was consulting with his legal representatives. The month before, Wada had remarked on social truyền thông that he enjoyed the film. Ueda acknowledged that Ghost in the Box was an inspiration for his film, but denied that he plagiarized the play. Both Ueda and Wada eventually came to lớn an agreement, crediting Wada and acknowledging Ghost in the Box in One Cut of the Dead's credits.
|43rd Hochi Film Awards||Best Picture||One Cut of the Dead||Nominated|
|Best Director||Shinichiro Ueda||Nominated|
|Best New Artist||Nominated|
|31st Nikkan Sports Film Awards||Best Film||One Cut of the Dead||Nominated|
|Yūjirō Ishihara Award||Won|
|Best Director||Shinichiro Ueda||Nominated|
|40th Yokohama Film Festival||Special Jury Prize||One Cut of the Dead||Won|
|73rd Mainichi Film Awards||Best Director||Shinichiro Ueda||Won|
|61st Blue Ribbon Awards||Best Film||One Cut of the Dead||Won|
|Best Director||Shinichiro Ueda||Nominated|
|28th Tokyo Sports Film Awards||Best Film||One Cut of the Dead||Nominated|
|Best Director||Shinichiro Ueda||Won|
|Best Actor||Takayuki Hamatsu||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actress||Harumi Shuhama||Nominated|
|42nd nhật bản Academy Prize||Picture of the Year||One Cut of the Dead||Nominated|
|Best Director||Shinichiro Ueda||Nominated|
|Best Actor||Takayuki Hamatsu||Nominated|
|Best Screenplay||Shinichiro Ueda||Nominated|
|Best Music||Nobuhiro Suzuki, Shōma Itō, and Kyle Nagai||Nominated|
|Best Cinematography||Takeshi Sone||Nominated|
|Best Sound Recording||Kōkichi Komoda||Nominated|
|Best Film Editing||Shinichiro Ueda||Won|
|13th Asian Film Awards||Best New Director||Shinichiro Ueda||Nominated|
One Cut of the Dead Spin-Off: In Hollywood  (カメラを止めるな！スピンオフ ハリウッド大作戦！, Kamera o Tomeru na! Supin-ofu: Hariuddo daisakusen!, transl. "Don't Stop the Camera! Spin-Off : World-Wide") is a 59-minute feature that was made in 2019 for TV in nhật bản. Instead of Takayuki Higurashi, this film is about how his daughter Mao Higurashi makes a film just lượt thích what he did in One Cut of the Dead.
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During the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic in nhật bản, Ueda decided to lớn create a short film One Cut of the Dead Mission: Remote  (カメラを止めるな！リモート大作戦！, Kamera o Tomeru na! Rimōto mềm sakusen!, transl. "Don't Stop the Camera! Remote Operation!") that would act as a sequel to lớn One Cut of the Dead. The filmmaker wanted to lớn create something that would lighten the mood during the pandemic, stating, "I started to lớn wonder if there was anything positive I could tự to lớn try to lớn put a smile on people’s faces through some light khuông of entertainment." After contacting the actors to lớn confirm they would be able to lớn reprise their role, Ueda wrote the script in one night, and gave the actors instructions via đoạn phim conference. The actors were instructed to lớn take selfie footage while in-character, then send the footage to lớn the director via a điện thoại thông minh messaging ứng dụng. In addition, Ueda asked people on social truyền thông to lớn upload đoạn phim of themselves khiêu vũ to lớn include in the movie.
The overall production of One Cut of the Dead Mission: Remote took place in around a month. It was uploaded to lớn YouTube for people to lớn watch for không tính phí on 1 May 2020.
A French-language remake titled Final Cut, directed by Michel Hazanavicius and starring Romain Duris and Bérénice Bejo, began its production in April 2021. It was shown as the opening film at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival.
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