First Trailer For Sato Sakichi's Manga Adaptation TOKYO-YAMIMUSHI

It has been some time since Sato Sakichi directed a film. It was announced not too long ago that the Tokyo Zombie and The Bugs Detective director and screenwriter would be adapting the manga Tokyo-Yamimushi. A scant couple of months later and there is already a first trailer for the film. 

Using the synopsis of the manga we get an idea of what the film will be about:


The series centers on Ryō Katō, a 23-year-old man who lives alone with no job, no hopes, and no savings. Ryō has wracked up 2.85 million yen (about US$30,600) in debt, and one day he is kidnapped by debt collectors. The debt collector Asamura then tells Ryō that his life is "similar to a bug's" and offers him a shady-sounding "job" that will introduce him to money.The series centers on Ryō Katō, a 23-year-old man who lives alone with no job, no hopes, and no savings. Ryō has wracked up 2.85 million yen (about US$30,600) in debt, and one day he is kidnapped by debt collectors. The debt collector Asamura then tells Ryō that his life is "similar to a bug's" and offers him a shady-sounding "job" that will introduce him to money.


We hope to have our hands on a subtitled version of the trailer very soon. 
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  • fergus1948

    Cool! Finally a J-movie trailer that didn't have a dopey pop song half way through!

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