700 Days of Battle: Us vs. the Police
Set on the backdrop of 1979 a group of troublemaking teenagers led by Mamachari (Hayato Ichihara) decide to prank Chuzai-san (Kuranosuke Sasaki) the local police officer who caught Mamachari’s friend Saijo (Takuya Ishida) for speeding on his scooter, Chuzai-san gets them suspended from school which only causes the teenagers to retaliate, They discover that Chuzai-san is married to an attractive woman named Kanako (Kumiko Aso) only making their pranks worse.
- Stars:Hayato Ichihara, Kuranosuke Sasaki, Kumiko Asô, Tamae Andô, Takuya Ishida, Mako Ishino, Masaki Kaji, Kana Kurashina, Hiroyuki Morisaki, Toshie Negishi, Maki Sakai, Naoto Takenaka, Satoshi Tomiura, Ellie Toyota, Tomohiro Waki,
- Director:Renpei Tsukamoto,
- Writer:Yûichi Fukuda (screenplay)
After one of their group is caught for speeding a group of trouble-making teenagers decide to prank the local police officer. It starts with simple speeding pranks but gradually moves to more elaborate and bizarre pranks. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
700 Days of Battle: Us vs. the Police torrent reviews
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(fr) wrote: Story was captivating. Bad acting part of the time.
(kr) wrote: Oh god. No. Just no.