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After developing a time machine, Prof. Tanokura finds himself enwrapped in a war ignited by his creation.

Director:

Jerome Olivier

Writer:

Jerome Olivier
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Cast

Credited cast:
Florence Duranton Florence Duranton ... Eva LaCroix
Hatsunori Hasegawa ... Prof. Tanokura
Makoto Honda Makoto Honda ... Ryohei
Shinsuke Kyo Shinsuke Kyo ... Sho Yokogawa
Nobu Mizutani Nobu Mizutani ... The Commissioner
Takashi Murata Takashi Murata ... Kenta Kono
Hinonori Okuyama Hinonori Okuyama ... Core Unit #1
Fû Takatô Fû Takatô ... Daisuke Kono
Austin Uchino Austin Uchino ... Anson Fukushima
Daiichiro Yuyama Daiichiro Yuyama ... Core Unit #2
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Storyline

After developing a time machine, Prof. Tanokura finds himself enwrapped in a war ignited by his creation.

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Genres:

Short | Horror | Sci-Fi

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Official Sites:

Speaking Pictures

Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

20 March 2006 (Japan) See more »

Filming Locations:

Japan

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Budget:

JPY 10,000,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

Speaking Pictures See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(director's cut)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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A Groundbreaking Work of "Limited" Means
14 June 2008 | by pdx369See all my reviews

Let's cut to the chase: the plot summary sums up the core of the film. Most of the characters are barely fleshed out (which is to be expected in a film running under 30 minutes), and the storyline, though intriguing, is far from revolutionary. The whole of the experience is how the film was made, comprised of almost nothing but digital still pictures, some minimal CGI, and the "photomation" process which makes the entire experience akin to walking through a comic book. If you're not someone who enjoys subtitles and/or science fiction, you may not enjoy this film. Beyond those facts, this is 24 minutes worth spending, if for no other reason than to open up the possibilities of what anyone can do with some patience, imagination, and a digital camera. A definite must for anyone who enjoys the experimental side of film making.


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