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Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062 Japan
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700 DAYS OF BATTLE: US VS. THE POLICE



Trailer : http://youtu.be/L99zHzUAkgg

bokuchu1.jpgINTRODUCTION


A gang of seven high school pranksters is putting their youths on the line and lost in their own brand of fun. The story plays out as they get into an absurd war of practical jokes with a local policeman!
The story is pulled from "true" stories in a semi-fictional blog. Taking the common theme of pranks and adding in the unexpected into a story with a sense of speed, this blog gets over 30,000 hits a day and has racked up a total of over 9 million hits, making it the biggest in both the "novel" and "comedy" categories in Japan. The English version was ranked the top also, in World Top Blogs, an American website that ranks blogs from all over the world.


bokuchu2.jpgSTORY

A countryside town, 1979. Our protagonist, "Mamachari" (Hayato Ichihara), is an ordinary high school student with full of first-rate ideas. One day, one of his friends, the most unruly kid in town "Saijo" (Takuya Ishida), gets caught for speeding while riding his bike down a hill by a local police man (Kuranosuke Sasaki) who always upholds the law and good manners in the town.Unable to stomach getting a ticket, the two and their friends hatch a plan, wondering if they can get revenge on the cop. They hit upon an idea to play a spectacular series of practical jokes on him. The students, laying inventive plans, have a showdown against the policeman, who is drawn into the battle despite his intentions.
In the middle of it all is an once-in-a-lifetime plan to steal and launch fireworks for Mika, an elementary school girl who has fallen seriously ill and refuses a surgery. Can they succeed and convince her of the surgery when the cop is on the way to stop the thievery?



bokuchu3.jpgHayato Ichihara - lead actor

Born in 1987. Chosen to star in Shunji Iwai's "All about Lily Chou-Chou" (2001), and gave a powerful debut performance. Starred in "Guzen ni mo Saiaku na Shonen" (2003), which shows the extreme world unfolding through the eyes of a Japanese-born Korean boy and won the Japanese Academy Prize for Rookie of the Year. After that, he continued working steadily as an actor, starring in "Rainbow Song" (2006), "Check It Out, Yo!" (2006), among others. He also participated in TV dramas such as "Boku no Ikiru Michi" (2003), "Water Boys 2" (2004), "Ai Kurushii" (2005).


Rempei Tsukamoto - director

Born in 1963. One of the most successful producers, directors and scenario writers in TV drama industry. He wrote for the following dramas that earned widespread acclaims and high ratings: "Iguana no Musume" (1996), "Satorare" (2002), "Oniyome Nikki" (2005), "Jiko Keisatsu" (2006), among others. His previous films include "Ghost Shout" (2004) and "One Missed Call 2" (2005).




CREDITS
Hayato Ichihara
Kuranosuke Sasaki
Kumiko Aso
Naoto Takenaka


Director Rempei Tsukamoto
Original Story by Mamachari
Screenplay by Yuichi Fukuda
Producer Takeshi Moriya
Cinematographer Ryu Segawa
Production Designer Kikuo Ohta
Lighting by Yoshimi Hara
Music by Hirohide Shida

(c) 2008 "700 DAYS OF BATTLE" PARTNERS
2008 / 35mm / 110 mins. / Theatrical Release in Japan: April 2008

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