HK: Hentai Kamen (2013)

Director:Yûichi Fukuda Story by:Keishû Andô(manga)  Screenplay by:Yûichi Fukuda, Shun Oguri  Running time:90 min  

Country: Japan Language: Japanese Genre:Comedy Subtitle:  Starring: Ryôhei Suzuki ... Kyosuke Shikijo,
Fumika Shimizu ... Aiko Himeno
, Shôta Chiyo ... Trainer, Shunsuke Daitô, Narushi Ikeda, Nana Katase, Tsuyoshi Muro,
Shun Oguri
, Yoshinori Okada, Jirô Satô, Takashi Tsukamoto, Ken Yasuda ... Teacher









Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival 2013

Best of Puchon

Yûichi Fukuda 




High school student Kyosuke Shikijo (Ryohei Suzuki) is the most talented member of the school''s martial arts of the fist club. His late father was detective and Kyosuke share his father''s strong sense of justice. Kyosuke also has a secret. Kyosuke likes to wear female underwear and transforms himself into the alter ego "Pervert Mask," wearing female underwear and gaining superhuman powers. This unusual interest also comes from his parents, with his father a masochist and his mother a sadist. By chance, Kyosuke gets the underwear of female high school student Aiko Himeno''s (Fumika Shimizu). With her underwear, he gains various pervert techniques and attempts to protect Aiko from a dirty and heinous teacher (Ken Yasuda).

Live-action film

The original manga was adapted into a live action film in 2013. The DVD release of the Live-Action Film will include an original Manga telling a side-story of the film. The trailer to the live action film was first teased at the end of Evangelion 3.0, but was set for release in April 13, 2013. Hentai Kamen was used in a ''movie manners'' segment that was released in select theaters; it drew attention for its unique and interesting way of reminding patrons.

The movie was directed by Yūichi Fukuda, known for manga-based TV dramas like One Pound Gospel and Saru Lock. The cast includes Ryohei Suzuki as the protagonist Kyosuke and Fumika Shimizu as the lead girl. The theme song is "Emotions" by Man With A Mission and the insert theme song is "Blast" by Anthem.

It did not make Box Office Mojo''s list on its first weekend, but attained 12th place for the second and third weeks of its theatrical run. On April 29, it was announced that the movie had grossed 100 million yen at the box office.[12] Despite its small scale showing, the first week earnings were ten times better than projected box office expectations. The movie was originally planned to be a direct-to-DVD release.

On July 18, 2013, the New York Asian Film Festival announced the film as their Audience Award winner and recipient of the Daniel A. Craft Award for Excellence in Action Cinema.