Brush of the God (2022)
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|“||One day, a boy living in a rural town in Japan encounters a rabbit with a mysterious brush. The rabbit, which speaks human language, explains how the brush it has can make whatever one thinks into reality, and is on a journey to keep the Yamata no Orochi from resurrecting into the world and keep the brush out of the hands of nefarious individuals.||„|
Director Keizo Murase originally conceived of the idea for Brush of the God while making The Mighty Peking Man, following a suggestion that he write a film for Hong Kong producer Chua Lam. The Motion Gallery crowdfunding campaign for Brush of the God raised ¥2,600,192, well over its ¥2 million goal, concluding on September 25, 2020. A subsequent Kickstarter campaign was unsuccessful, raising less than half of its $24,272 goal. The production posted test footage of the Yamata no Orochi puppet online on October 29.
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Keizo Murase
- Screenplay by Takeshi Nakazawa
- Based on a story by Keizo Murase
- Cinematography by Daisuke Sato
- Creature designs by Akira Takahashi, Shinji Nishikawa
Weapons, vehicles, and races
- Main article: Brush of the God/Gallery.
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