GALLERY X BY PARCO will hold an exhibition from September 28 to October 6 for the hit Japanese movie One Cut of the Dead which premiere in Japan in November 2017 and was released in June 2018. The theme of the exhibition is “rolling the camera and filming the guests.”
The exhibition will showcase cut footage and alternate takes which will offer guests an opportunity to watch and compare different perspectives of scenes.
The camera that was used in the film will also be exhibited. Not only that, it will be recording the entire time as well. The footage will be released at a later date. The event states that by entering the exhibition you consent to being filmed.
Limited Edition Cup Sake: ¥800
There will be a bar in the exhibition selling a range of drinks including the above cup sake (with a limited edition label) that Director Higurashi drinks in the film while crying. Enjoy walking around the exhibition with a cup of sake in your hand.
Limited Edition T-Shirt: ¥3,240 / Long T-Shirt: ¥4,320 (Sizes: S M L XL)
Scarf Towel (Pre-Sale): ¥1,944
Show your love of the film getting your hands on a limited edition version of the popular One Cut of the Dead t-shirts. There will also be caps, towels and other merchandise to get your hands on. Also, the first 100 people who spend over ¥3,000 at the exhibition will be invited to a special talk by the film’s director Shinichirou Ueda.
The exhibition is scheduled to hit the Sendai, Nagoya and Fukuoka branches of PARCO at a later date.
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