Brave Hearts: Umizaru

Synopsis: Mika (Riisa Naka) is a flight attendant on board an airplane scheduled to land at Haneda Airport. On the way to the airport the airplane's engine starts to burn. In order to save the 346 people on board the airplane, sea marshall Daisuke Senzaki (Hideaki Ito) and his team are called into action ... (Source: Asian Wiki)
Genre: Action
116 min

Because Japan is surrounded

on all sides by water...

the Japan Coast Guard patrols

its maritime borders...

through 11 regions.

But for search-and-rescue...

we have one organization

that covers the whole nation.

The Japan Coast Guard Special Rescue Team.

Or "Special Ops."

They are based out of

the 3rd region's Haneda Airport facility.

And boast the highest level

rescue skills imaginable.

They are 36 select members

from 13,000 coast guard officers.

Divided into 6 teams.

They can respond to chemical

and gas explosions.

They're ready to roll out

to any part of the country...

to step into situations too hazardous...

for even the most trained rescue divers.

They face various hazards.

Confront death on a regular basis.

So they train constantly...

building up stamina, mental strength...

sharpening their judgment and acumen.

They are trained for danger.

In short, Special Ops are...

the last line of defense

in maritime rescue.

"Japan Coast Guard Special Rescue Team"

Water, clear! Taiyo Senzaki rolling out!

Check residual pressure.

Come and eat your wife's delicious cooking,


Here, Mika.

Thank you.

Chow time, Taiyo.

Munch munch.

Take a seat.

Your tank goes...?


Wow, Taiyo. Good call.

Eat up, Mika.

Yoshioka always does when he visits us.

He tells me about it in his emails.

"Today we celebrated Taiyo's birthday..."

Or you and Kanna's 5th anniversary.

He comes to forget

how lonely he is without you.

You sure look happy now.

We're inseparable.

Stop it.

- Why?

- It's embarrassing.

Why's that embarrassing?

Yeah, stop it you lovebirds.

We're not doing anything?

Excuse him, please.

We're no slouches, either.

Our second one's coming.

That's right. You'll be a brother, Taiyo.

A big brother.

And future Coast Guard officer?

Do it! Follow your dad!

No, a boy's got to outdo his dad.

What, like Prime Minister?

No way!

That's a bit much.

- Think bigger. World leader.

- The world?

Darn right. President of the United States!

Hold on. To be President of the U.S...

He has to learn English!


Repeat, Taiyo! A... B... C!

Stop it. He'll catch your stupidity.

See not "Thee"!


Look at him.

I'm sorry, Kanna.

For having a job not

suited to raising kids.

That's okay. I can't

picture you in a desk job.

Being a rescue diver is in your blood.

I wonder when he'll understand...

what his dad does.

Well, you can't quit until he does.

But be safe.

Haneda Tokyo International Airport.

With today's low pressure system...

expect some extra turbulence up there.

Make sure people are fastened in.

That's all. Thank you.

Thank you.


Yes, Mika's a C.A... cabin attendant.

Really, Yoshioka?

How'd you swing that?

She's from Kagoshima.



- Where was I?

- Kagoshima.

Yes! Yoshioka was on a speed date.

A friend brought her.

We hit it off.

And now they're both in Yokohama

dating every morning.

It's not a date.

Way to go, Yoshioka!


You two seem close.

We're long time buddies, yes.

This is where the cream of the crop gather.

We may have partners,

but we look after ourselves here.

Of course.

This isn't a frat house.


Senzaki may be older,

but you're the veteran here.

You should know better.

Togawa! You too.

Sorry, Sir.

Vessel collision in Osaka Bay.


Tanker on fire and sinking.

Container vessel crew in need of rescue.

Region 5 divers on site.

A 945-hectopascal typhoon

is approaching Kyushu.

Rough sea around Osaka Bay

will sink the container ship.

rescued 3 crew members.

But the ship's leaking toluene.

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