At This Late Date, the Charleston

Synopsis:
 
IMDB:
7.3
Year:
1981
116 min
10 Views

Distributed by ATG

A Production of

Kihachi Productions & ATG

POST-WAR LIFE EXPECTANCY

1945:
46.9 (M), 49.6 (F)

A LIFE OF 80 YEARS

IS NOT A DREAM:

- Bye.

- Yes.

- I'll work all night.

- Yes.

- Remember to lock up.

- Yes.

You always forgot!

Yes.

Bye.

When will you get

your retirement pay?

August 15.

- What?

- What do you want to buy?

Bought them yesterday.

- What did you buy?

- A 26-inch TV,

air-con, scooter, double bed.

- Double bed?

- Yes!

It'll be here these few days.

- What is it?

- You live too long!

Really?

Don't jiggle your feet!

Go to work now!

1965:
67.74 (M), 72.92 (F)

Good evening.

It's so hot!

It's so hot, and you

want to do something?

Not me.

It's so hot I got mad!

Hey you!

Who are you?

Me?

Independent delinquent.

What?

It's so hot but you're so gloomy!

You want to...

"do something to me?"

You're not running, so...

you want to do something?

1980:
73.32 (M), 78.83 (F)

What? It isn't just now that

women live longer?

It's ever since the war!

They live 5 years more!

What? Look!

Oh, I see.

That's perfect.

- Why?

- My lover is...

5 years older than me.

She's a bar madam.

We'll die together!

Idiot! You look cool, but...

there's a rumour that

you'll go back to Traffic.

"Beep beep.

10 km over, license please!"

People also say someone

here will leave soon.

Who is leaving?

You, sir!

You!

- Nakamachi, how old are you?

- Twenty-seven.

- What?

- 27.

27?

Look.

It's now 73.32 years.

It was 46.9 years in 1945.

Look!

27 years more!

You were just a sperm

during the war.

That's why a parasite, tapeworm,

braided rope, bar madam.

But what do you want to say?

I mean,

being a cop is footwork!

Run all your life!

That's what I mean.

Why are you running?

How about here?

Yumi!

Yumi!

Let's...

do it!

Let's do it!

Let's do it!

Let's do it!

Yumi!

Yumi!

Help!

Help!

Fool.

With you pants down,

you chased a woman

whose dress was rolled up.

Right?

- Right.

- You did.

It's OK the other way around.

I see.

I, with dress rolled up, chased

a girl with her jeans down.

- Yes.

- What's your motive?

Why did you do that?

Because the sun was too bright.

No jokes!

It was night!

It's The Stranger of Camus, sir.

Camus?

Brandy?

About time.

What time?

About time to go home.

You fool!

We arrested you for attempted rape!

By my mom and brother,

Tamiko and Maru were waiting.

Maru is...

a cat?

A dog.

Female Maltese.

Tamiko is a female cat?

She's a female, no,

she's a maid.

5 years older than me.

Enough!

You'll spend the night here!

AT THIS LATE DATE THE CHARLESTON

Starring

Go Riju

Yuki Furutachi

Ichiro Zaitsu

Hirotaro Honda

Taiji Tonoyama

Masao Imafuku

Sachio Sakai

Noriko Sengoku

Eitaro Ozawa

Kunie Tanaka

Mori Kishida

Kinuko Obata

Minori Terada

Ken Mitsuishi

- I hate this.

- What?

Like an elderly home.

Shut up and go inside. Punk!

Young man, what did you do?

Assault... on a woman.

Succeeded, or not?

No.

Tight foreskin?

Tight foreskin?

And,

she's a virgin?

Not that close...

So you didn't meet the enemy,

that is, the hymen?

You didn't get to the hymen?

- I didn't.

- So...

To dispel the heat,

I'll teach you that.

In histology,

that membrane is just

a group of cells.

In chemistry,

it's a kind of protein,

a combination of the atoms of...

carbon, hydrogen,

nitrogen and sulphur.

In biology,

it has no raison d'etre,

no reason to exist.

Usually, it just takes

10 grams of force...

to pierce through it.

But it could be difficult

for a beginner like you.

Prime Minister.

You're a law grad from Tokyo U.,

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Kihachi Okamoto

Kihachi Okamoto (岡本 喜八, Okamoto Kihachi, February 17, 1924 – February 19, 2005) was a Japanese film director who worked in several different genres. more…

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