Ultraman

Synopsis:
Genre: Action, Drama, Fantasy
 
IMDB:
6.3
Year:
2004
97 min
18 Views

My dad is a pilot.

He flies a F15 Eagle.

It's very fast.

My dad looks great...

when he flies his Eagle.

I like him...

because he flies a plane.

This week's your last, eh?

Yeah.

You're a born Eagle pilot.

Why resign?

I made up my mind.

How old is Tsugumu?

My boy? Almost six.

Time flies.

I feel like he was born

only yesterday!

The older, the faster.

Hey, who's an old man?

Maki,

aren't we selected people?

Aren't we special people that

concentrate on...

flying fighters in tough conditions?

Yet you're leaving. Won't you regret?

I first saw a fighter...

when I was seven.

I was visiting a relative's house.

When on my way fishing,

I got lost and passed by

an air force base.

It was terrific.

The wings were shining in the sun.

It looked like a silver meteor.

A silver meteor?

That determined my life.

My dream was to become

a fighter pilot...

and I did.

Then why?

It's my boy.

He might not live until seven.

Is he that ill?

The doctor clearly said that,

if he got sick again, he won't...

live more than a year.

My dream came true.

So now I want to spend more time

with my family.

So now I want to spend more time

with my family.

No new flight information yet?

No, sir. It's totally unknown.

The scramble plane's taking off.

Tsugumu,

Dad'll be late. Go to bed now.

Mom,

Dad's not flying an Eagle anymore?

What?

How come?

We'll talk about it when he's back.

I'll read you a book.

Go to bed.

Radar contact...

Is it really a plane?

What's wrong?

The meters have gone crazy!

Go back immediately!

But...

You might crash.

Leave it to me.

Sorry, Maki.

Perch position.

I'll see it soon.

I've lost it.

I won't die. Never!

I can't die. Not yet.

What's that?

This is the rescue squad. We're here.

The F15 blew up in the mountains.

No private houses around.

Repeat:

The plane blew up. No houses around.

The pilot's survival unknown.

Repeat:

The pilot's survival unknown...

That's right.

No news from the base yet...

I had a scary dream...

Tsugumu woke up.

I'll call you back.

Was it Grandma? What's wrong?

Nothing's wrong.

I mean it.

Everything's fine.

A plane crashed in

the mountains nearby.

Can you see some fire

out there, Yukie?

What's wrong?

Your phone...

May I use your phone?

Oh, dear!

Call an ambulance!

Shunichi...

Yoko... I...?

Stay in bed.

I'll call a nurse.

Tell me...

What happened to me?

Tsugumu...

So you're okay.

I'M sorry, Tsugumu...

We checked thoroughly.

We found nothing wrong.

You are in perfect condition.

Not a bone was broken in

that accident.

It's a miracle.

A miracle?

Give your name and rank.

Shunichi Maki, 1st Lt.

Very well.

Remember how the accident happened?

Yes, sir.

Tell us about it...

in detail.

Yes, sir.

It was October 15, 2-1-0-5

We received a scramble request.

I took off with

Captain Kurashima's plane.

We flew 30,000 feet high.

Bearing:
202.

Two minutes later,

Captain Kurashima got

an engine trouble.

I don't understand.

What about that red luminous body?

My memories of it may be

vague and uncertain,

but...

Maki,

Forget it.

Yes, this incident sure is mysterious.

The engine trouble, the luminous body,

and...

My miraculous return.

Right.

That's the biggest mystery.

But, whatever happened,

you are still alive.

Just listen.

When you were about to resign,

you were almost killed in

that accident.

But you've returned alive.

I'M glad at that.

It pleases me the best.

Monster...

Is this area blocked off?

Yes, sir.

But we haven't found it yet.

The crew...?

All dead, sir. It looks like...

a savage beast rampaged.

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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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