In 2045, after a nuclear disaster, Japan has collapsed and in a surviving city, where the sound dominates, the big brother Aniki has started a dictatorship in which he controls the population through fear and sexual impulses.

One day the secret agent, Sun Ra, sneaks into the system to sabotage it, but he needs a band…
An impulsive anarchist saga, between science-fiction and a musical with a Japa-noise taste, with performances by TheFukushima Mutant Gandja Turtles inspired by the famous Tohiji Mikava and his Incapacitants. A black and white movie to refresh the memory on the disaster of Fukushima which goes from the Alphaville: une étrange aventure de Lemmy Caution by J.L.Godard to Tetsuo by S.Tsukamoto. A cult for who loves a revolution with hitting feedbacks.

Directed by Naoki Kato

96min, Japan, 2014

Production: Naoki Kato

Genre: fiction


Naoki Kato was born in Tokyo in 1980, graduated in French Literature at the Rikko University and his first movie A Bao A Qu (2007) is a graduation thesis at the Tokyo University of Arts, where he took some cinema classes by Kiyoshi Kurosawa and Takeshi Kitano. In 2010 he debuts with “Abraxas” at the Sundance Film Festival, at the New York Film Festival and at the Busan International Film Festival. In 2011 he started his own noise band Noise Death Match unit Sierror! with Keisuke Masuad. 2045 Carnival Folklore, totally self-produced, was presented at the SWSX in 2015 and screened with a live music set at the Seattle International Film Festival.