Genre: Action, Drama, Fantasy
97 min

A savage beast?

It's much worse than that.

Thank you very much.

Be careful on the way home.


the boss wants you.


don't "Sir" me, please.

Why not?

I'm a newcomer here.

You've been here three years.

"Sir" sounds odd.

But want to.

Three years are nothing.

What counts are skills.

Don't you say that.

It's true, isn't it?


the photographers left.

Oh really? Thanks.

How's work?

I'm getting used to it, thank you.


I took your words to heart.

"What civilians need most is...

to care for safety."

There is a big difference between

fighters and Cessnas.

No sudden turns and stuff.

It's rather monotonous and boring.


Every day is full of surprises now

that I can stay with my family.


I'm all alone when flying a fighter.

I see.

Here's another surprise then.


Tsugumu's coming here with his mother.


Only a short flight in the afternoon.

You can be back by 3.

Fly with your family after that.

Your flight plan is made.

It's a birthday gift for your boy.

Thank you, boss.

See you later!

Maki's hot.

An ex-air force man, but

he seems very kind.

Handsome, too.

Sorry to keep you waiting. I'm Maki.

He'll give you a lift later.

It's so fast!

A nose dive!

You a magazine reporter?

The sky's clear. You're lucky. And...

That doesn't matter.

What's important is you,

A military chopper!


Just do as I say.

At least tell me where we're headed.

Go straight for 12km.

We'll land on Cape Ryu.

Wait a minute.

There's no runway there.

We blocked off a highway for 1km.

Landing on a highway? Are you crazy?

Easy for you, ex-Eagle pilot.

We are BCST.

An anti-bio terrorism organization...

working with the U.S. Forces.

A national organization

behind all this?

That means extreme emergency.

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Keiichi Hasegawa

Keiichi Hasegawa (長谷川 圭一, Hasegawa Keiichi) (born 1962) is a Japanese screenwriter. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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