An English-subtitled trailer for Yûdai Yamaguchi's "Japanese super psycho claustrophobic thriller" Abductee
has been added to YouTube. According to the trailer, the screenplay for the movie was written by Keisuke Makino
, and the movie itself stars Yôichi Nukumizu
Here's a synopsis for Abductee
from the international sales agent for the movie, T.O Entertainment Inc.
(K.K. Tî Ô Entateinmento): "Atsushi Chiba, aged 50, wakes up one day half-dead. He's tied up in a container, being shifted somewhere... To make things worse, he's also a world-class loser. Inside the container lies a mysterious stone which doesn't give him even the slightest clue as to who the perpetrator might be, nor any idea of the fate that awaits him. As the container makes its way from truck to ship, he discovers he is one of the 200 other abductees. His conversations through the walls enlighten him to the possibility that his ex-wife and daughter might be there too. The container continues to make its way from ship to train, and his explanations of the situation go from 'human trafficking' to 'international terrorism'. He begins to recall what he truly used to be, and realized what is really important in his life. But when his daughter's container stops besides his, with no means of escape, have his repentances all come too late?"
BTW, if you haven't already done so, be sure to watch the teaser trailer for Takashi Murakami
's live-action movie Jellyfish Eyes
(Mememe no kurage
).YouTube: Abductee English-subtitled trailer
* * *YouTube: Jellyfish Eyes teaser trailer
News source: The Gomorrahizer
(source of Yûdai Yamaguchi-related news for over half a decade!)