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One Cut of the Dead

Directed by Shin'ichirô Ueda

Produced by Koji Ichihashi

Screenplay by Shin'ichirô Ueda

Takayuki Hamatsu
Harumi Syuhama
Yuzuki Akiyama
Kazuaki Nagaya

Music by Nobuhiro Suzuki

Kailu Nagai[1]

Cinematography Tsuyoshi Sone[1]

Edited by Shin'ichirô Ueda[1]

Production Enbu Seminar[1]


Release date November 2017 (Japan)

Running time 97 minutes

Country Japan

Language Japanese

Budget ¥3 million ($25,000)

Box office ¥3.12 billion (Japan)

$31.2 million (worldwide)

One Cut of the Dead (カメラを止めるな!, Kamera o Tomeru na!, transl. "Don't Stop

the Camera!") is a 2017 Japanese[1][2] zombie comedy film written and directed by
Shin'ichirô Ueda.[1]
Made with a low budget of ¥3 million ($25,000) with a cast of unknown actors, the film
opened in Japan in a small theatre for a six day run. Following its international success
at its screening at the Udine Film Festival, the film began getting wider exposure,
including a re-release in Japan. It grossed US $27,935,711 (¥3.12 billion) in Japan
and $30.5 million worldwide, making box office history by earning over a thousand times
its budget. The film also received universal acclaim from critics, who praised its
originality, writing and humor.


 1Premise

 2Cast

 3Production

 4Release

 5Reception
o 5.1Box office

o 5.2Critical reception

o 5.3Awards

 6See also

 7References

 8External links

The cast and crew of a low-budget zombie film called One Cut of the Dead are shooting
at an abandoned water filtration plant. The director, Higurashi, argues with actors and
eventually abandons them. A real zombie apocalypse then begins to the delight of
Higurashi, who insists that the camera operator continue filming.

 Takayuki Hamatsu as Takayuki Higurashi
 Mao as Mao Higurashi
 Harumi Shuhama as Harumi Higurashi
 Yuzuki Akiyama as Aika Matsumoto
 Kazuaki Nagaya as Kazuaki Kamiya
 Manabu Hosoi as Manabu Hosoda

The cast and director of One Cut of the Dead in July 2018

One Cut of the Dead was made for ¥3 million (approximately $25,000 at the time) with a
cast of unknown actors.[1] It was made in eight days after director Shinichiro Ueda
participated in workshops for actors and filmmakers at the Enbu Seminar drama school
in Tokyo.[1]

One Cut of the Dead opened in Japan in an 84-seat Tokyo art house theater with an
initial theatrical run of six days.[1] The film began garnering international attention after it
became the runner-up in the audience vote at the Udine Far East Festival. [2] Of the films
screening at Udine, it received a standing ovation and the Audience Award at the Udine
Far East Film Festival in year 2018.[1]
After receiving positive reviews outside of Japan, the film was released in three cinemas
in Tokyo in June with discounts for an audience in zombie costumes to help the film
gain attention.[1] Asmik Ace stepped in to co-distribute the film, giving it a wider release
in July. It was showing at around 200 screens in Japan by March 2018 where it had
officially grossed ¥800 million.[1]

Box office[edit]
In Japan, the film sold 2,149,449 tickets and grossed ¥3,040,246,069 in 136 days.[3] It
became the seventh highest-grossing domestic film of 2018, grossing ¥3.12
billion ($28.3 million) at the Japanese box office.[4][5] It made box office history by earning
over a thousand times its budget.[6]
Overseas, the film grossed NT$53 million (US$1.76 million) in Taiwan,[7] HK$7.06 million
(US$909,530) in Hong Kong,[8] $154,123 in South Korea,[9] $52,406 in the United States
and Canada, and $2,903 in Iceland,[10] for a worldwide total of $31,178,962.
Critical reception[edit]
On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds a 100% Certified Fresh approval rating based on 83
reviews, with an average rating of 8.57/10. The site's critical consensus states, "Brainy
and bloody in equal measure, One Cut of the Dead reanimates the moribund zombie
genre with a refreshing blend of formal daring and clever satire." [11] Metacritic reports an
86 out of 100 score, based on 14 reviews, indicating "universal acclaim". [12]
Writing for Variety, Richard Kuipers declared the film to be a "marvelously inventive
horror-comedy [that] breathes new life into the zombie genre", and attributed its success
to "its irresistibly bouncy spirit [...] it positively sparkles with the infectious “C’mon
everyone, let’s put on a show!” enthusiasm that’s served the movies so well since the
days of Andy Hardy."[2] Elizabeth Kerr of The Hollywood Reporter found the film to be "a
breezy and often laugh-out-loud hilarious zombie comedy", noting that although the film
"sags in the second act as it sets up the third, it’s not so much that it loses all the steam
it generated out of the gate."[1] David Ehrlich of IndieWire, opined that the film was "so
heartfelt and hilarious that it’s easy to forgive the contrivances that hold it together, and
to overlook how transparently Ueda reverse-engineers most of his best gags.
Seemingly unimportant details in the film’s sluggish middle section blossom into killer
jokes some 30 minutes later"[13]
Award Category Nominee Result

43rd Hochi Film Awards[14] Best Picture Nominated

One Cut of the Dead

Special Award Won

Best Director Shinichiro Ueda Nominated

Award Category Nominee Result

Best New Artist Nominated

Best Film Nominated

One Cut of the Dead

Yūjirō Ishihara Award Won

31st Nikkan Sports Film
Best Director Nominated

Shinichiro Ueda

Best Newcomer Nominated

40th Yokohama Film
Special Jury Prize One Cut of the Dead Won

Best Director Won

73rd Mainichi Film Awards[17] Shinichiro Ueda

Best Screenplay Nominated

Best Film One Cut of the Dead Won

61st Blue Ribbon Awards[18]

Best Director Shinichiro Ueda Nominated

28th Tokyo Sports Film Best Film One Cut of the Dead Nominated

Best Director Shinichiro Ueda Won

Best Actor Takayuki Hamatsu Nominated

Award Category Nominee Result

Best Supporting
Harumi Shuhama

Best Newcomer Won

Picture of the Year One Cut of the Dead Nominated

Best Director Shinichiro Ueda Nominated

Best Actor Takayuki Hamatsu Nominated

Best Screenplay Shinichiro Ueda Nominated

42nd Japan Academy Prize[20]

Nobuhiro Suzuki, Shōma Itō, and
Best Music Nominated
Kyle Nagai

Best Cinematography Takeshi Sone Nominated

Best Sound Recording Kōkichi Komoda Nominated

Best Film Editing Shinichiro Ueda Won

13th Asian Film Awards Best New Director Shinichiro Ueda Nominated

See also[edit]
 Dead Set
1. ^ Jump up to:a b c d e f g h i j k l m Kerr, Elizabeth (20 March 2018).  "'One Cut of the Dead': Film
Review". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved  22 October 2018.
2. ^ Jump up to:a b c Kuipers, Richard (5 May 2018). "Film Review: 'One Cut of the Dead'".  Variety.
Retrieved 22 October  2018.
3. ^ "『カメ止め』30 億円突破、サラダパンとタイア".  Bunka Tsūshin. Retrieved 8
November 2018.
4. ^ "2018". Eiren.  Motion Picture Producers Association of Japan. Retrieved  2 March  2019.
5. ^ Pineda, Rafael Antonio (31 December 2018).  "Top 10 Grossing Domestic Japanese,
Foreign Films of 2018 Listed".  Anime News Network. Retrieved  13 May  2020.
6. ^ Nguyen, Hanh (31 December 2018). "'One Cut of the Dead': A Bootleg of the Japanese
Zombie Comedy Mysteriously Appeared on Amazon".  IndieWire. Retrieved 2 March 2019.
7. ^ "一屍到底-票房收入".  Dorama. Retrieved  2 March  2019.
8. ^ "One Cut of the Dead (2018)". EntGroup. Retrieved  2 March  2019.
9. ^ "One Cut of the Dead - Financial Information South Korea". The Numbers. Retrieved  2
March  2019.
10. ^ "One Cut of the Dead". Box Office Mojo. October 2019. Retrieved 13 May2020.
11. ^ "One Cut of the Dead (Kamera o tomeru na!) (2017)".  Rotten Tomatoes.  Fandango Media.
Retrieved 28 March  2020.
12. ^ "One Cut of the Dead (Kamera o tomeru na!) (2017)".  Metacritic. CBS Interactive.
Retrieved 28 March  2020.
13. ^ Ehrlich, David (3 August 2018).  "'One Cut of the Dead' Review: The Best Zombie Comedy
Since 'Shaun of the Dead' — Fantasia 2018".  Indiewire. Retrieved  22 October 2018.
14. ^ "「カメ止め」報知映画賞の特別賞に、上田慎一郎をキャストが祝福". Natalie.
Retrieved 21 December 2018.
15. ^ "「カメラを止めるな!」石原裕次郎賞受賞記念特集". Nikkan Sports. Retrieved  21
December 2018.
16. ^ "『第40回ヨコハマ映画祭 2018 年日本映画個人賞". Yokohama eigasai. Retrieved  21
December 2018.
17. ^ "柄本佑&安藤サクラ、主演賞を"夫婦独占" 『第 73 回 毎日映画コンクール』".  Oricon.
Retrieved 23 January  2019.
18. ^ "ブルーリボン賞決定 舘ひろし、門脇麦らが受賞 作品賞は「カメ止め」 受賞者作品一
覧". Sports Hōchi. Retrieved 21 January  2019.
19. ^ "たけしが選ぶ東スポ映画大賞で「万引き家族」4 冠!新人賞はしゅはまはるみ". Natalie.
Retrieved 31 January  2019.
20. ^ "【日本アカデミー賞全リスト】「万引き家族」最多 8 冠!孤狼の血、カメ止めにも栄誉". 
Natalie. Retrieved  3 March  2019.

External links[edit]
 One Cut of the Dead on IMDb

Nikkan Sports Film Award for Yūjirō Ishihara Award


Blue Ribbon Award for Best Film


 2017 films
 Japanese-language films
 2017 horror films
 Japanese films
 Japanese comedy films
 Japanese horror films
 Japanese independent films
 2017 independent films
 2010s comedy horror films
 Zombie comedy films
 Films shot in Japan
 2017 comedy films
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