Major Lloyd Gruver, a Korean War flying ace reassigned to Japan, staunchly supports the military's opposition to marriages between American troops and Japanese women. But that's before Gruver experiences a love that challenges his own deeply set prejudices... and plunges him into conflict with the U.S. Air Force and Japan's own cultural taboos.
Worlds apart...theirs was the daring love affair violating every rule, every custom, every centuries-old belief!
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After the doctor examines him, Maj. Gruver buttons the left coat sleeves and after the right sleeve, keeping his left hand handling the right sleeve. In the next shot he is handling the left sleeve with his right hand. See more
[at a traditional tea ceremony: watching, as a Japanese man spends a lot of time carefully making a cup of tea
He makes such a production of everything.
The pleasure does not lie in the end itself... it's the pleasurable steps *to* that end.
Referenced in Domo Arigato
Words and Music by S. Oka See more