Jam Films

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Jam Films and its sequels are collections of short films, each by a different Japanese director.

Jam Films[edit]

Jam Films is a 2002 suite of 7 shorts produced by Sega/Amuse (various production companies participated in the production of the films, e.g. Rockwell Eyes in "Arita Featuring Spencer A. Weezy").

The opening credits sequence for the collection was directed by Hanada Daizaburo.

  1. "The Messenger -弔いは夜の果てで-" (Requiem for the Dead) - directed by Ryuhei Kitamura
  2. "けん玉" (Kendama) - directed by Tetsuo Shinohara
  3. "コールドスリープ" (Cold Sleep) - directed by George Iida
  4. "Pandora - Hong Kong Leg" - directed by Mochizuki Rokuro
  5. "Hijiki" - directed by Tsutsumi Yukihiko
  6. "Justice" - directed by Isao Yukisada
  7. "Arita" - directed by Shunji Iwai

Jam Films 2[edit]

Jam Films 2 is the 2003 sequel containing four shorts by different directors. Jam Films 2 is only available as a Region 2 or Region 3 DVD.

  1. "机上の空論" (Kijo no Kuron) directed by Junji Kojima (小島淳二)
  2. "Clean Room" directed by Eiki Takahashi (高橋栄樹)
  3. "Hoops Men Soul" directed by Hidenori Inoue (井上秀憲)
  4. "Fastener" directed by Kouki Tange (丹下絋希)

"Kijou no Kuron" or "Japanese Tradition" is a satirical instructional film for how to woo a Japanese woman. A second short available online, "The Japanese Tradition - Sushi", is an instructional film for sushi etiquette. Both films star a pair of actors known as the Rahmens (ラーメンズ).

Jam Films S[edit]

Jam Films S is a 2005 collection of shorts with the theme of the letter "S".

  1. "Tuesday"
  3. "ブラウス" (Blouse)
  5. "すべり台" (Suberidai)
  6. "α" (Alpha)
  7. "スーツ -suit-"

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