This is the unique and unpredictable story about Mr. Ryuichi Ichinokawa and his unusual way of life. On the
This is the unique and unpredictable story about Mr. Ryuichi Ichinokawa and his unusual way of life. On thesurface Ryuichi looks like an ordinary Japanese man. He is 44 years old, married and is the father of twoboys. The Ichinokawa family seems on the outside to lead a completely normal family life. Every dayRyuichi goes to work at the post office. However, there is a secret side to Ryuichi unknown to most – evenhis family doesn’t know about this. Apart from his job at the post office he has another occupation. A jobthat is anything but ordinary. Ryuichi owns a company called Hagemashi Tai, one of Japan’s most peculiar companies.
About direction (Kaspar Astrup Schröder)
Born 1979, Denmark. Self-taught visual artist and designer. Founded the company Kaspar in 2004, sometimes taking the name KSPR or Kasparworks. Though based in Copenhagen, he often works in Asia. Has exhibited visual work and released music in Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Bruxelles, New York, Shenzhen and Tokyo.
Kaspar Astrup Schröder’s documentary City Surfers (2007) won Best Danish Film and Filmic Award at the D.A.F.F. Festival. The Invention of Dr. Nakamats (2009) was selected for IDFA’s Mid-Length Competition. My Playground (2010), exploring Parkour and Freerunning, was selected for the IDFA’s Reflecting Images, Panorama and DOC U! Competition.
Awards & Festivals
- Teheran, Cinéma Vérité Documentary Film Festival. Iran, 2013.
- Sydney Antenna International Documentary Film Festival. Australia, 2013.
- SilverDocs AFI. USA, 2013.
- Sao Paulo It’s All True Int. Documentary Festival. Brazil, 2013.
- Toronto Hot Docs Int. Documentary Festival. Canada, 2013.
- CPH:DOX. Dinamarca, 2012.