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In the bustle of 1960s Tokyo, five young men cross paths and develop a strong friendship. Aspiring novelist Ryuzo (Sakurai Sho), ambitious manga artist Eisuke (Ninomiya Kazunari), painter Kei (Ohno Satoshi), and aspiring singer Shoichi (Masaki Aiba) end up living together one memorable summer. Along with delivery boy Yuji (Matsumoto Jun), each works hard to realize his dream, but the journey of youth is never straightforward.

This edition includes the following features:

  • Tokyo Globe Advanced Screening Footage
  • Theatrical Trailer & TV Spot
  • Character Map & Synopsis
  • Cast & Crew Profile


  • In a casual conversation during a banquet, the Sanno-kai crime group chairman (Kitamura Soichiro) expresses to right-hand man Kato (Miura Tomokazu) his displeasure for the Ikemoto clan's connection to the Murase crew. To not violate the pact of brotherhood with the Murases, Ikemoto (Kunimura Jun) asks Otomo (Kitano Takeshi, as Beat Takeshi), the head of another Sanno-kai clan, to stir up trouble in the name of peace. This triggers a bloody gang war filled with ulterior motives, double crosses, and a long, long path of blood.


    In a casual conversation during a banquet, the Sanno-kai crime group chairman (Kitamura Soichiro) expresses to right-hand man Kato (Miura Tomokazu) his displeasure for the Ikemoto clan's connection to the Murase crew. To not violate the pact of brotherhood with the Murases, Ikemoto (Kunimura Jun) asks Otomo (Kitano Takeshi, as Beat Takeshi), the head of another Sanno-kai clan, to stir up trouble in the name of peace. This triggers a bloody gang war filled with ulterior motives, double crosses, and a long, long path of blood.


    Nineteen-year-old Hiroko (Watanabe Noriko) works at a small marriage agency. In exchange for some very generous compensation, she agrees to pose as Sekine's (Watanabe Ken) fiancee, and move into his mansion, putting on a show for the family. Swept into the luxurious life of the upper class, Hiroko is so content with her Cinderella fantasy, she doesn't realize that she has been unwittingly pulled into a dangerous family power struggle.


    Marketing chief Saeki Masayuki (Watanabe Ken) has given most of his life to his company. He bows low and deep, puts in long hours, and takes fervent pride in his work. Over the years, he has perhaps given less time to his loving wife (Higuchi Kanako) and rebellious daughter (Fukiishi Kazue) than he should have, but such is the life of the working man. Lately, however, he has been getting easily flustered and increasingly forgetful, the early signs of Alzheimer's Disease it turns out. For this man who has known only work and pride, he must face himself and his family as the life he knows slowly slips away.


    Detective Yoshioka (Yakusho Koji) is in charge of a serial murder case, and in the course of investigation, he discovers his own fingerprints and personal effects at a murder scene. As more and more clues point to him, Yoshioka tries hard to make sense of the situation, but it's as if a cloud hangs over his mind and pieces of his life are missing in darkness. His relationship with his longtime girlfriend Harue (Konishi Manami) feels empty and distant, and his partner Miyaji (Ihara Tsuyoshi) is starting to suspect him. Unsure if he can even trust himself, Yoshioka goes to police psychiatrist Takagi (Odagiri Joe) for help, but the therapy can't seem to clear his mind of shadows and spectres. Is Yoshioka actually hunting himself?


    In the year 1716, a mysterious disease wipes out a majority of men, leaving only one man for every four woman. Gender roles have been reversed, with women taking traditional male roles and men becoming little more than reproduction tools. To save his family, 19-year-old Mizuno (Ninomiya Kazunari) enters the Inner Chamber in the Edo Castle, leaving his girlfriend Onobu (Horikita Maki) behind. There, Mizuno skillfully wins over schemers like Matsushima (Tamaki Hiroshi), eventually becoming the Chamber Groom. Meanwhile, when the young shogun dies, Yoshimune (Shibasaki Kou) is appointed to take over as the shogun. After Mizuno catches her attention, Yoshimune decides to name Mizuno her first bedmate. However, the job comes with potentially fatal consequences for everyone involved.


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