Genre Action, Comedy
Initial release March 30, 1968 (Japan)
Running time 1h 20m
Director Nagisa Oshima
Music director Hikaru Hayashi
|Writer Masao Adachi, Mamoru Sasaki, Tsutomu Tamura, Nagisa Oshima|
Screenplay Nagisa Oshima, Masao Adachi, Mamoru Sasaki, Tsutomu Tamura
Cast Kazuhiko Kato (Onoppo 'The big one'), Osamu Kitayama (Chu-noppo 'the small one'), Norihiko Hashida (Chibi, 'The smallest one'), Kei Satô (Y Chong - iru), Cha Dei-dang (Kim Fhua), Fumio Watanabe (Dokumushi)
Similar movies D-War, Howard the Duck, Timecop, Secretly, Greatly, Wristcutters: A Love Story, The Restless
Clip from the movie three resurrected drunkards
Three Resurrected Drunkards (帰って来たヨッパライ, Kaette kita yopparai) is a Japanese movie directed by Nagisa Oshima. It was based on the hit song "Kaette kita yopparai" by The Folk Crusaders, a folk and pop music group that also appeared in the film. It was released on March 1968.
Three young men go to the beach. Someone steals their clothes while they swim, and replaces them with ones that then leave the three mistaken for illegal aliens. In a commentary on the way Korean immigrants are treated in Japan, the three must then flee from the authorities, who are presented in a ridiculing light.
ReferencesThree Resurrected Drunkards Wikipedia
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