This tendency has led to a lack of original movies and the shrinking of the independent industry.However, deep down in the depths of the industry, something seems to be moving again during the last few years, with a number of new filmmakers presenting extreme but rather interesting new movies, in a tendency that may manage to lift the industry once more, although it is still early for any definite indications.The film entailed a wonderful cast, including Shota Sometani, Eri Fukatsu, Tadanobu Asano and Jun Kunimura.The films revolve around the adventures of Himura Kenshin, a ronin who has abolished his past as a government assassin.
Probably the lesser-known category of Asian cinema, since, for a long time, not many of them were released outside the borders of the country.
He works as a blue-collar day labourer, and has to take care of his grandparents, which does not leave him with much time to take care of himself or find a girlfriend.
To deal with this problem, he frequently enters dating sites, where he meets girls, but ends up paying them for sex instead of trying to form a relationship with them.
Also of note is the way he uses humor, which appears randomly and unexpectedly at points in the film, as with the scene where Izumi and Migi cook together.
The large budget of the film resulted in impressive though minimalistic special effects that find their apogee in the scenes where the aliens devour humans and the various battles.