Tokyo Fantasy is a feature film about famous Japanese rock band Sekai No Owari directed by Raphael Frydman. He was given carte blanche by the Japanese companies AOI PRO and TOHO to make the film. Its unique style blends fiction and documentary with oneiric narration. It was released in over 70 theaters in the 46 provinces of Japan. Available on DVD in April 2015.
With music as his weapon of choice and the Africa Shrine a temple of protest song, Femi continues his father’s fight, railing against the corrupt Nigerian government and staunchly defending PanAfricanism. Capturing this experience through interviews, street scenes, and the music itself, Frydman captures the spirit, passion, and hope, of a man and a people who are fighting.