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Takizawa Kabuki ZERO 2020 The Movie (2020) [บรรยายไทย]

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    ชื่อภาพยนตร์: Takizawa Kabuki ZERO 2020 The Movie (2020)
    ผู้กำกับภาพยนตร์: Takizawa Kabuki
    ผู้เขียนบทภาพยนตร์: Takizawa Kabuki
    นักแสดง: ฮิคารุ อิวาโมโตะ,ทัตสึยะ ฟุคาซาวะ,ราอุล
    แนว/ประเภท:  เพลงและดนตรี
    ความยาว: 2 ชม. 19 นาที
    วันเข้าฉาย: 4 ธันวาคม 2020
     

     

     

    ก่อนการเปิดตัวของโรงภาพยนตร์ การฉายพิเศษได้รับการตัดสินในเดือนตุลาคมและพฤศจิกายนที่โรงละครชิมบาชิของโตเกียว มินามิซาของเกียวโต และมิโซโนซาของนาโกย่าในเดือนตุลาคมและพฤศจิกายน

    ภาพยนตร์ดัดแปลงจากซีรีส์ “ทาคิซาว่า คาบูกิ” ความบันเทิงระดับสุดยอดโดยชาวญี่ปุ่นที่นำแสดงโดย ฮิเดกิ ทาคิซาว่า  ตั้งแต่ปี 2006 หลังจากที่ ทาคิซาว่า ประกาศอำลาวงการในปี 2018 เขาก็ได้เกิดใหม่เป็น “Takizawa Kabuki ZERO” ที่นำแสดงโดยสมาชิกของ Snow Man ไอดอลชาวญี่ปุ่น บอยแบนด์และมีกำหนดจะแสดงในปีนี้ในชื่อ “ทาคิซาว่า คาบูกิZERO 2020”



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    Takizawa Kabuki also bends the rules in certain regards to give a better performance. As many may or may not know, Kabuki is traditionally only performed by men. However, Takizawa Kabuki did have 3-4 female performers for more theatrical scenes, as well a musical number, including two ballerinas and a ‘ringleader’ character. They were stunning and really added to the experience without being a distraction from the main actors.

     

    Takizawa Kabuki ZERO 2020 The Movie


    It was smart that in the second half, where they are recreating a kabuki play, that they utilized both a movie set and the theater itself. For some of the more dialogue heavy scenes, having the characters be able to explore a world for a bit, and interact with more casual villagers really broaden this project into being a true film. It managed to really come full circle by transiting it’s final scenes back to the kabuki stage where it all began with a few upgraded effects I won’t spoil.

    What really stands out about this film, is understanding the technicality and tradition that goes into these performances. Kabuki is split into masculine and feminine roles, all portrayed by men. In Snow Man members Abe Ryohei, Sakuma Daisuke, and Fukuzawa Tatsuya play feminine roles for parts of the production. There’s no sense of unease, or discomfort in their portrayals as it all reads as being very natural even on camera. In certain fight scenes, the various aspects of the kabuki musicians and narrators are shown on screen doing their various calls of the actors names, and traditional instruments being played. The costuming of course, is on point, and all the members known how to do their own makeup for each character they play.

    Even further more were the traditional dance sequences. There were only two shown but as a former dancer myself; wow. The technicalities that go into traditional Japanese dance, verses modern styles are so detailed and just as striking. Especially when you compare it with their modern dance performances in numbers like “Crazy F-R-E-S-H Beat” and “Black Gold“. Additionally, the physicality that then was seen in their taiko performance. At first glance it does just look and feel like an excuse for all of them to be shirtless and yelling, but taiko is a traditional art. Having to know the rhythms, calls within the song, and the taiko choreography, is a lot to handle, especially since a lot of that sequence was a continuous shot. I can’t fathom how many takes they might have done to get the footage that made the cut, same with the dance performances.



    Talking a bit about the members themselves, everyone had a moment to shine. That doesn’t mean that there was a weird barrage of solo shots or numbers. To my recollection the only member who sang solo was Watanabe Shota, but he was accompanied by Miyadate Ryota in an aerial dance performance. Each member did get a moment in each performance where they were highlighted by themselves, especially in the kabuki scenes were they would strike their pose before the action would continue. It was really well balanced, with no member outshining another, but complimenting one other to keep the production value high.

    I did love this film and how it captured my imagination. It’s the type of escape I have been waiting for and I wasn’t let down. I do want to address how this looks to an outsider, which is a Johnny’s arthouse film that leans very much into the arthouse aspects. No one other then Snow Man fans are going to see this film. Especially with the hefty price tag that it came with. 3000 yen had me shook at the ticket monitor. Arguably, this isn’t much of a ‘film’ either since the story is nonexistent and really only serves as packaging for the highlight reel of Snow Man’s various performances.

    Being 100% honest, this isn’t a film for everyone. Plain and simple this is a film by Snow Man for fans of Snow Man. Johnny’s finally owning that, and it really makes for a better product for their fans. I adore this film as a fan, and recommend that other fans for sure give it a watch. But for the non-fans, an easy pass. With that, I’ll see you next