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Director  Sang-il Lee
Language  Japanese
7/10 IMDb

Country  Japan
69 (film) movie poster
Release date  2004 (2004)
Writer  Ryu Murakami (novel), Kankuro Kudo (screenplay)

69 is a 2004 film adaptation of Ryu Murakami's novel 69.

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69 (film) movie scenes

Plot

Sasebo, Nagasaki, Japan, 1969: Inspired by the iconoclastic examples of Dylan, Kerouac, Godard and Che, a band of mildly disaffected teenagers led by the smilingly charismatic Ken (Tsumabuki Satoshi) decide to shake up "the establishment," i.e., their repressive school and the nearby US military installation. A series of anarchic pranks meets with varying levels of success, until Ken and company focus their energies on mounting a multimedia "happening" to combine music, film and theater. Complications ensue.

Cast

  • Satoshi Tsumabuki as Kensuke "Ken" Yazaki
  • Masanobu Ando as Tadashi "Adama" Yamada
  • Yuta Kanai as Manabu Iwase
  • Asami Mizukawa as Mie Nagayama
  • Rina Ohta as Kazuko "Lady Jane" Matsui
  • Yoko Mitsuya as Yumi Sato
  • Hirofumi Arai as Bancho
  • Hideko Hara as Kenichi's mother
  • Ittoku Kishibe as Matsunaga sensei
  • Jun Kunimura as Sasaki
  • Kyohei Shibata as Ken's father
  • Kenny Scott as Military Officer
  • References

    69 (film) Wikipedia
    69 (film) IMDb 69 (film) themoviedb.org


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