Kikuji is the scion of an Osaka merchant family whose traditional power is matrilineal. Instructed by his overbearing mother and grandmother to give them an heiress for the family business,... See full summary »
Tamio Moroi graduates from a prestigious university and obtains a job at the Camel Brewery in a distant town. He is keen to work hard, but is warned to take it easy and just appear as if he... See full summary »
First, sorry but I watched this Japanese film without any subtitles at all; and I don't understand this language. So, as usual, I will do my best to comment this one. This is more a drama than a true crime movie. You have no Yakuza here, but a tragic story which I could not really get for the reason I just explained. Some action in the last fifteen minutes but that's all as a crime flick. I would have preferred to see it with subtitles, of course. We have a social movie set in a very poor district and the scheme of love and friendship is also strong. The main character is a young policeman working in this city. That's all I can tell you, sorry.
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