Chie Takemoto is a small dependable girl who lives in Osaka with her dad. She has two goals - to get her troublesome father, who runs a tavern, some work and then get him to make up with her mother who left him.
Did You Know?
As this film was made during the big boom of "manzai" (Japanese comic dialogue), most of the characters' voices were played by popular manzai acts from Osaka. For example, Tetsu and his friend Mitsuru were played by Norio Nishikawa
and Yoshio Kamigata, and Tetsu's parents were played by Utako Kyô
and Keisuke Ootori
. See more
When Chie and Tetsu are back home after the visit in the school, they are having an argument. At one point, Chie's grandma (Tetsu's mother) throws one of the shoes she's wearing at Tetsu's head. Then Grandma keeps her shoe on and then not, it changes between shots. See more
Anyway, I've got no future anymore. And this is all Tetsu's fault.
Whaaat? Say, it ain't my business! I ain't done nothing!
[Obaa throws a shoe at him
WHY DONCHA JUST SHUT UP!
This movie was produced before the TV-series with the same title. See more
References Gone with the Wind