I'm a little bit concerned because it seems there are a lot people on this forum who do not make a living from film/tv production and yet are willing to spend thousands of hard-earned dollars on technology they think will make them into great filmmakers.
I find it very shocking and very sad. You have all heard this before, but technology is not the most important thing to making a great movie. The most important thing is having something to say. I recently saw an amazing film directed by 19-year old Ryo Nakajima which was made on a budget of about $10000 and which has been winning awards at film festivals around the world. That budget is for everything from actors to props to equipment. It's less than what most of us would spend on a camera/edit suite combination.
My advice would be: if you really want to make films don't spend thousands of dollars on equipment promising to make you the next Spielberg or Scorsese. Think about what you've got to say, develop a story and work around your limitations. You don't need an expensive camera or a professional editing suite. You need creativity and a story, and if you don't have that no technology can help you.
Btw, go to the film's webiste at http://peijafilm.nightfall.jp/ You can contact the director and he'll send you a copy of the film.