Two hundred people gathered at the theater for a stage performance. A Japanese sword was pointed at them. The performers suddenly take over the theater. The story goes back to six months ago. Tatsuji was in distress. He wanted to put everything into acting. But the reality was different. He just goes back and forth between his part-time job and home. He wants to change his life. Tatsuji and his best friend, Sho, plan to put on a performance. It's a once-in-a-lifetime bet in a big theater. But they have no money. The two meet a high school buddy who has turned into a yakuza. He says "Nobody succeeds without getting their hands dirty" and convinces them to commit fraud. The share was 2 million yen. That's enough to put on a show. Their thoughts were about to swallow them up in a wave of mistakes.
Originally from Tokyo, Japan. He started making films with his father's Super-8 camera when he was nine years old while performing as a child actor in Japan. At the age of 15, he went over to United States to study film making, and graduated a Bachelor's degree from California Institute of the Arts. Fujii made his feature film directional debut with "LIVING HELL" which was produced by one of the most famous producer in Japan named TSUNKU. His style is suspense and horror that always based on fear of human mind and social issues. He recent work “RED LINE CROSSING” had long run hit at the theaters and was extended for three month and has been selected as the best year by famous movie magazine KINEMA SHUNPO. “MIMICRY FREAKS” who won Japan’s first Grand prix of the Asian category at the Brussels international Fantastic Film Festival. In addition, his activities are not limited to Japan, and he directs the Hong Kong movie "ON-PAKU" starring the popular Hong Kong actress Josie Ho. As one of the few Japanese directors who can direct in English, he has expanded his range of activities to Asia.