It was just before the last millennium that Kinema Junpo, Japan’s most prestigious film journal reflected the worldwide influence made by the American director, Quentine Tarantino and noted that a number of Japanese young film makers who emerged in to the Japanese film scene from the mid 90s, quite arguably, as “Post-Tarantino Directors”. Although their style and work are unique to each film maker, they all belong to a generation where videos were the most accessible tool for watching films and where digital technology is part of their life; they feel comfortable in sampling and remixing details of films of the past, presenting a new world of moving image.