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Three Resurrected Drunkards (1968)
"Kaette kita yopparai" (original title)

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A carefree afternoon at the beach turns into a comic misadventure when three young Japanese men are mistaken for illegal Korean residents.

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Kazuhiko Kato ...
Onoppo 'The big one'
Osamu Kitayama ...
Chu-noppo 'the small one'
Norihiko Hashida ...
Chibi, 'The smallest one'
Kei Satô ...
Y Chong - iru
Cha Dei-dang ...
Kim Fhua
Fumio Watanabe ...
Dokumushi
Mako Midori ...
Nechan
Hôsei Komatsu ...
Fisherman
Taiji Tonoyama ...
Old man
Masao Adachi ...
Policeman
Takashi Ueno ...
Policeman
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Rokko Toura
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Three students spend their holidays at the seaside where they are mistaken for Koreans, a minority which is looked down on in Japan. The action develops into a crime story. Written by Anonymous

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I only live twice

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Action | Comedy

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30 March 1968 (Japan)  »

Also Known As:

Kaette kita yopparai  »

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We're all the same
30 April 2012 | by (California, United States) – See all my reviews

DICK STEEL posted that during the mock interview segment, "we realized who outnumbers who – the result which has to be taken with a pinch of salt." I think he missed the point of that segment. The point was not that Koreans outnumbered Japanese in Japan; it was that Japanese ARE Koreans! Oshima makes this same point (in a more direct manner) in Sing a Song of Sex. Japanese are descended from Koreans, and therefore they are the same people and discriminating against Koreans is discriminating against your own people ("Koreans don't kill other Koreans").

Tackling racism on film is a tricky thing. It can often sound too didactic and preachy, as in Crash or even Oshima's own Sing a Song of Sex. But Oshima found the right balance with Three Resurrected Drunkards.

I also wanted to add that I, too, checked to see if the DVD had somehow restarted at the halfway mark!


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