Trailer: ‘What To Do With The Dead Kaiju?’

Trailer: ‘What To Do With The Dead Kaiju?’

Director Satoshi Miki’s Japanese comedy ‘What To Do With The Dead Kaiju?’ (Original: 大怪獣のあとしまつ) is a film about a team of a special task force assigned to safely dispose of the corpse of a giant monster (kaiju) that causes an unprecedented danger because of its gaseous discharge.  

‘What To Do With The Dead Kaiju?’ is scheduled to be released in Japanese theaters on February 4, 2022.

Movie Synopsis

A KAIJU (Monster), which terrorized humans to unprecedented levels, suddenly died one day. While the people rejoice and bask in relief, the giant corpse left behind begins to slowly rot and bloat. If it explodes, the nation will be destroyed… The countdown to the end has begun. In a desperate race against time, the man assigned to handle the corpse with the fate of the nation at stake is neither a police officer nor a soldier, but a man with a past who disappeared 3 years ago… What is the mission entrusted to him? Will he be able to stop the explosion…?!

‘What to Do With the Dead Kaiju?’ is a different type of KAIJU (monster) film that is expected to be a fantastical special effects entertainment about a man’s “top secret mission” in the face of an extraordinary risk begins to unfold.

‘What To Do With The Dead Kaiju?’ – Watch the Trailer

Original Title: Dai Kaiju no Atsoshimatsu 大怪獣のあとしまつ
Comedy / Drama / Monster
Ryosuke Yamada (山田涼介), Tao Tsuchiya (土屋太鳳), Gaku Hamada (濱田岳), Joe Odagiri (オダギリジョー), and Toshiyuki Nishida (西田敏行).
Written and Directed by Satoshi Miki
Cinematography by Hiroyuki Takada
Release Date: February 4, 2022

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Teaser with English Subtitles

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