Short Film Review: Carpe Diem (2018) by Ken and Go Ohara

Seven million copies. 75 million dollar in revenue. Those two numbers are connected to Ken Ohara. As the cinematic director for “Resident Evil 6” (2012) and virtual camera supervisor for “Shin Godzilla” (2016), he was part of these two big blockbusters productions already. Now he teams up with his brother, Go, who also directed action sequences in more than one hundred movies (e.g. “Gothic & Lolita Psycho” 2010). “Carpe Diem” is their newest common short film project.

The plot evolves around Yuko, who spends her ordinary high school life in a country town. She is so sick of it and doesn’t have any passion for living, and she keeps thinking that she wants to die. One day, she runs into a beautiful girl, Aya who is 18 years old. Yuko is fascinated by her at first glance. Yuko follows her and heads for Shibuya. She gets involved with some gangsters in Shibuya where she is not used to be.
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