69 (film)

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69
69 2004Poster.jpg
Japanese Poster
Directed by Sang-il Lee
Written by Kankuro Kudo
Starring Satoshi Tsumabuki,
Masanobu Ando,
Yuta Kanai,
Asami Mizukawa
Music by Masakazu Sakuma
Naoki Tachikawa
Cinematography Kôzô Shibasaki
Edited by Tsuyoshi Imai
Distributed by Toei Company
Release date(s)
  • 2004 (2004)
Country Japan
Language Japanese
Box office $4,551,540[1]

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

Plot[edit]

Sasebo, Nagasaki, Japan, 1969: inspired by the iconoclastic example 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[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "69". Boxofficemojo. Retrieved March 04, 2012.

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