Hong Kong-based indie gross sales agent Good Move Media has added Japanese music drama “Plastic” to its FilMart slate.
The movie is directed by Miyazaki Daisuke, the Japanese helmer behind “Yamato (California),” which had pageant play in 2016, and 2019 slacker youth title “Tourism” in 2019.
The brand new image is the story of youngsters Juna and Ibuki, who got down to discover the psychedelic rock band Exne Kedy. Exne Kedy is a fictional creation from musician Ide Kensuke, who beforehand launched punky album “Kensuke Ide With His Mothership — Contact From Exne Kedy and the Poltergeists,” however the band is definitely credited as performing and offering a part of the music monitor within the movie. “Plastic” is not too long ago accomplished and headed for a theatrical launch in Japan in July.
Good Transfer has a robust monitor file of dealing with offbeat however highly effective Asian impartial movies. Its current titles embody “Me and the Cult Chief,” a documentary exploring an encounter between director and sarin gasoline sufferer Sakahara Atsushi and Araki Hiroshi, the chief of the Doomsday cult that unleashed a poison gasoline assault in 1995 on the Tokyo subway. Its different Japanese titles embody Ishii Yuya’s “All of the Issues We By no means Stated” and 2022 Venice competitors and Toronto movie “Stonewalling,” from directing pair Otsuka Ryuji and Huang Ji.
Good Transfer can also be dealing with Tan Chui Mui’s “Barbarian Invasion,” which was in competitors at Shanghai in 2021 and had a considerable pageant profession, and “Cash Has 4 Legs” a Myanmar satire by Maung Solar and producer Ma Aient, who’s in jail in Myanmar as a political prisoner.