Adrift In Tokyo /

Adrift in Tokyo is an incredible, warm & quirky Japanese film that Evokative Films released in 2009. As with most movie imagery, we used existing photos to create warm & interesting feel throughout the package. Of any movie, this one is difficult to describe & show, only really revealing it's charms as it unwinds around Tokyo. As with the other DVD packaging for Evokative films, 'Adrift in Tokyo' followed a format that was developed at the onset of Evokative's launch. The main challenge across the line is the inclusion of both English & French on all communications. Proving successful, only minor tweaks & adjustments were necessary for each film. // ABOUT THE FILM (from Evokative.com): Leading a lazy life, Fumiya has been a university student for 8 years and owes money to loan sharks. One day, a man named Fukuhara comes to collect the loan, which Fumiya cannot pay. So Fukuhara makes a proposition: He will cancel the debt as long as Fumiya agrees to walk with him across Tokyo to the police station of Kasumigaseki, where he intends to turn himself in for a crime he deeply regrets. Not having much choice, Fumiya accepts the deal. Thus begins their journey which will lead them to various unusual encounters, most of all with themselves. Based on the original novel by Naoki Prize winner Yoshinaga Fujita comes a fascinating, humorous and wildly clever film that is sure to charm you.

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