Takahisa ZEZE 瀬々敬久


Nippon Digital   ½ 

Shooting a documentary on juvenile delinquency in Tokyo, the filmmaker chases a boy named Yuda, who suddenly disappears – along with the video camera. One day a woman called Michi showes up, saying that Yuda has died and handing over a video tape which he left to her.

Japan 2004

113 minutes

Takahisa ZEZE

Aki SATO, Takahisa ZEZE

Koichi SAITO


About Takahisa ZEZE

Takahisa ZEZE, born in Oita Prefecture in 1960, started making first films during his philosophy studies at Kyoto University. After his graduation, he worked for the production company Shishi and made his feature film debut in 1989 with the pink film GOOD LUCK JAPAN. In the 1990s, he became one of the leading pink film directors and wrote many screenplays under various pen names. His film HEAVEN’S STORY (2010 / NC ’11) won the FIPRESCI Award at the 2011 Berlinale. In 2016, he had one of the biggest annual box office hits in Japan with the mystery drama 64.