Mr. Sushi (2018)

| Short, Action, Fantasy
In a post-apocalyptic world, a masterless samurai finds serenity in selling sushi from a food truck in the desert.


Joshua Sallach




Credited cast:
Christian Araque Christian Araque ... Boy
Andy Brooks Andy Brooks ... Mercenary #1
Austin Dennis Austin Dennis ... Mercenary #5
Logan Gillespie Logan Gillespie ... Mercenary #4
Benny James Benny James ... Murakami
Levi Lobo ... Mercenary #2 (as Levi Martinez)
Nick A. Meyers ... Mercenary #3
Matthew David Peterson Matthew David Peterson ... Mercenary #6
David Shih ... Mr. Sushi


A 12 year old boy makes his way through the scorched desert, apparently laid waste from a devastating war. His destination is a lonely food truck in the middle of nowhere, home to a mysterious sushi chef known only as Mr. Sushi. The boy has brought Mr. Sushi some fish for him to use in his daily preparations. As Mr. Sushi prepares several delectable dishes, the boy sits and listens to him ramble off quips of wisdom from a time long since gone. Mr. Sushi gets lost in imagination as he works with the beautiful fish, seeing himself as a master samurai engaged in the heat of battle. At last, Mr. Sushi takes the finished sushi and arranges in it into a wooden container and gives it to the boy. They awkwardly bow to each other in respect, and Mr. Sushi sends the boy on his way. The boy never says a word. Soon after, a warlord and his gang arrive at the food truck in search of Mr. Sushi. They seemingly have a grudge against him. Mr. Sushi emerges from behind, now donned as a samurai fit for ... Written by Joshua Sallach

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Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

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