The Japanese director, Chenichiro Yueda, created a project that became the talk of the art scene in his country, after he shot a 26-minute film, entirely, on the application of video-zoom meetings, without any of the work staff having to meet in one place, according to what was published by Bloomberg Agency.
A group of Japanese stars participated in the comic horror film One Cut of the Dead Mission: Remote, and it was shared for free on YouTube, according to the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Qabas website.
Regarding his motives for producing this work, Yueda said, “The whole of Japan, the whole world, is feeling a little nervous because of concerns about the Corona virus, and so I had a simple desire to please people a little through light entertainment. Watching entertainment saved me, and it helped me often to cope when I was feeling depressed. ”
The film highlights the state of despair that artists, musicians, and filmmakers are feeling these days, when restrictions on social distancing are an obstacle to pursuing their work. Contemporary Japanese film.
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