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Masters of J-Horror "Ghost Theater" "Don't Look Up" "Cure" "Ju-on"


Director:Ghost Theater, Don't Look Up : Hideo Nakata
Cure : Kiyoshi Kurosawa
Ju-on : Takashi Shimizu


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Ghost Theater
Before Nakata’s seminal J-Horror masterpiece Ringu, he terrified Japanese audience with Don't Look Up. Now, returning to the roots of his first feature film, Nakata delves into the terrifying goings-on within a haunted playhouse.
99min. Japanese Color|2015 Japan|Distributor in Japan : Shochiku Co., Ltd.

Don't Look Up
One day, during a camera test, a director finds a strange film reel under the one he uses. It was used for another film shot a while ago at the very same place. As the shooting progresses, eerie things start to happen.
76min. Japanese Color|1996 Japan|Distributor in Japan : WOWOW INC.

This psycho-suspense masterpiece shocked the world of Japanese film. Despite the frightful content shown with a powerful sense of tension and urgency, the film has the theme of “cure”. Director Kurosawa gained global fame with this film.
111min. Japanese Color|1997 Japan|Distributor in Japan : KADOKAWA 1997

Juon = "Curse of a person who died holding a strong grudge. It accumulates at the place of the dead person and creates karma. Anyone who touches the curse dies, creating more karma". An original video has been made into theatrical release in Japan and a Hollywood remake.
92min. Japanese Color|2002 Japan|Distributor in Japan :NBC Universal Entertainment Japan LLC

Schedule & TicketData

Shinjuku Piccadilly Theater1

10/28 19:30 - (-min)

Greeting from the stage Talk show

Guest (tentative):"Ghost Theater" Greetings from the Stage (tentative): Nakata Hideo(Director), Haruka Shimazaki(Actress), Adachi Rika(Actress), Machida Keita(Actor)
Talk Event (tentative):Nakata Hideo(Director), Takashi Shimizu (Director), Hiroshi Takahashi

Please note that the stage appearances of guests and scheduled time of the show may change according to circumstances.

Tickets ¥3996(Tax included)

Tickets (student) ¥3996 | Tickets at the Door (student) ¥3996 (Tax included)


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Ghost Theater, Don't Look Up : Hideo Nakata
Cure : Kiyoshi Kurosawa
Ju-on : Takashi Shimizu

Hideo Nakata :
Directing Ghost Theater is Hideo Nakata. Internationally acclaimed for his groundbreaking films Ringu and Dark Water, his latest marks a return to the approach that terrified audience worldwide and made "J-Horror" a household word. With The Complex, he again raises the bar by interweaving character and social concerns, reconfirming his position as the leading creator of cinematic terror.

Kiyoshi Kurosawa :
He got many invitations from overseas film festivals and global fame with this film. Pulse (2000) won the FIPRESCI Prize at 54th Cannes Film Festival. Bright Future (2002) was officially invited to 56th Cannes Competition section. Retribution (2006) was invited for the first time to Venice Film Festival to be highly praised. The latest Journey to the Shore won the Best Director Prize in Un Certain Regard at 68th Cannes.

Takashi Shimizu :
Born in 1972. Works for Shaiker. Studied drama at university, worked as an assistant director before directorial debut in 1998. The Juon series starting as V-Cinema in 1999 became a big hit. Directed the Hollywood remake version The Grudge (2004), which made the No. 1 box-office hit in U.S. Works in a wide range of films such as comedy, SF and thriller with a focus on horror. Kiki's delivery Service (2014) is one of his recent films.

Ghost Theater
Director:Hideo Nakata
Planned by:Yasushi Akimoto
Screenplay:Junya Kato, Ryuta Miyake
Music:Kenji Kawai

Don't Look Up
Director/Original Story:Hideo Nakata
Screenplay:Hiroshi Takahashi
Cinematographer:Takeshi Hamada
Music:Akifumi Kawamura

Director/Screenplay:Kiyoshi Kurosawa
Cinematographer:Tokusho Kikumura
Music:Gary Ashiya
Production Designer:Tomoyuki Maruo

Director/Screenplay:Takashi Shimizu
Supervisor:Hiroshi Takahashi , Kiyoshi Kurosawa
Cinematographer:Tokusho Kikumura

Ghost Theater
Haruka Shimazaki
Rika Adachi
Riho Takada
Keita Machida
Mantaro Koichi

Don't Look Up
Yurei Yanagi
Yasuyo Shirashima Kei Ishibashi
Tan Ri
Ren Osugi

Koji Yakusho
Masato Hagiwara
Tsuyoshi Ujiki
Anna Nakagawa
Yoriko Doguchi

Megumi Okina
Misaki Ito
Misa Uehara
Yui Ichikawa
Yuya Ozeki

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