How the director of Jujutsu Kaisen 0 handled the transition to the big screen


Fans of the franchise are obviously attached to the idea of ​​Jujutsu High, the site that has seen many friendships blossom and served as the arena for various fights, and Park recognized this essential element and preserved it in “Jujutsu Kaisen 0”. Tokyo Jujutsu High School is an important location for the events of the “Jujutsu Kaisen” anime, as it is where our main characters interact with each other and train together for upcoming tournaments and matches, and it is interesting to see what the place looked like at an earlier time. Park explains this aspect of the film in more detail (via Anime News Network):

“Tokyo Jujutsu High School is one of the most iconic settings in the Jujutsu Kaisen series. It existed long before the TV series, so even though the characters have changed, there has been a perception since the TV series that Jujutsu High remains The same We not only see Jujutsu High School as an educational institution to become a wizard or the place where everyone grew up, including Gojo and Geto, but we also see it as the foundation of our worldview.

As Park chose not to change anything fundamental when it came to Jujutsu High, it helped maintain the world-building and timeline of events as a whole. We see the film’s protagonist, Yuta, enroll in school in hopes of controlling Rika and finding solace in the friendships forged along the way. This mirrors Yuji’s experience in the “Jujutsu Kaisen” anime, as he too finds himself completely alone after his grandfather’s death, but finds the courage to hold on to hope after being friends with Megumi, Gojo, Nobara, and others.

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