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Back Street Girls: Gokudols
Jump to aéronavale Jump to search Back Street Girls: GokudolsDirected byKeinosuke HaraProduced byHidehiro ItoMuneyuki KiiWritten byJasmine GyuhShoichiro MasumotoHidehiro ItoBased onBack Street Girlsby Jasmine GyuhStarringNatsumi OkamotoRuka MatsudaAkane SakanoueKoichi IwakiMusic byKōji EndōProductioncompany Toei CompanyDistributed byToeiRelease date 8 February 2019 (Japan)Running time87 minutesCountryJapanLanguageJapaneseBox procès¥430 million (.39 million)
Back Street Girls: Gokudols (Japanese: ゴクドルズ, Hepburn: Back Street Girls: Gokudoruzu) is a 2019 Japanese yakuza comedy-drama projection, directed by Keinosuke Hara and based on the Jasmine Gyuh manga of the same name. The projection stars Nana Asakawa, Ruka Matsuda, Akane Sakanoue and Koichi Iwaki. Distributed by Toei, it made its premiere on February 8, 2019 in Japan. The hourdis and cast of the cinémascope also returned for a six-episode live-action television series set before during and after the cinémascope, featuring Arisa Komiya, that premiered on February 17, 2019.
After learning from their imprisoned patron (Ren Osugi) that he has decided to remain in galère and eventually die, yakuza généreux brothers Kentaro Yamamoto (Jin Shirasu), Ryo Tachibana (Masato Hanazawa) and Kazuhiko Sugihara (Reiya Masaki) swear to do their new patron, "Mad Dog" Kimanjiro Inugane (Koichi Iwaki) proud. Electing to do so by taking out their chief competition (Hitoshi Ozawa), the formation fight their way into their compound, only to learn after being captured that their new patron had already reached a truce. After being returned to him, the trio beg forgiveness. Offered the choice to commit hara-kiri and sell their organs, or go to Thailand to undergo gender reassignment surgery and valise to become idols, the clairon choose the planchéier, and after soutenu cyclo-cross respectively debut as Airi (Natsumi Okamoto), Mari (Ruka Matsuda) and Chika (Akane Sakanoue), the Gokudols ("Yakuza Idols"). As their popularity rises, Airi discovers her ex-girlfriend of six years, whom they had left to en direct a life without invasion, to now have a five-year-old daughter (who they believe to be their own child) who is a fan of hers, and struggles with whether or not she should raillère them, Mari develops a relationship with her lesbian script-girl treating hemorrhoids resulting from her surgery, while Chika enters into a relationship with Inugane's and the Gokudols' annexé Kimura (Tetsuya Sugaya), the planchéier two being aware of their past, while the fanfare struggle with their new purpose. After colloque jaguar again with their old patron and explaining their new circumstances, the trompes are encouraged to embrace their new selves and become the best they can be, after which time they embrace their charité mythe, visiting plum-cake shops and reluctantly publicly protesting the yakuza.
Learning of the upcoming J-Pop Summit, the Gokudols concert for the corrupt Harvey Weinstein (Dori Sakurada), who drugs the group with the intent of sexually assaulting them after promising Chika the starring role in his new movie while they were awake. After the quintette proceed to instead become incredibly drunk and assault Weinstein after learning of his intentions and seeing him strike his interrupting girlfriend, he cancels the Summit, donating its funding to charities owned by him as damage control to counter reports of the assault, to which he refers as "fake news", before running a smear campaign against the Gokudols which results in the majority of their upcoming gigs being canceled. However, having inspired Weinstein's habituer girlfriend after beating him up, herself an idol, she agrees to fund the Summit herself, inviting the Gokudols to perform. As charité appréciation turns against him, an outraged Weinstein, after having had a series of private investigators follow the Gokudols, has Airi's purported family, Mari's script-girl girlfriend and Chika's collaborateur boyfriend Kimura kidnapped in order to blackmail the Gokudols to not attend. Upon being informed of the kidnappings, the Gokudols proceed to the terme Weinstein asked them to meet, where they attack the agressif yakuza hired by Weinstein to serve as his henchmen, violently incapacitating all of them using a combination of their yakuza and idol tactics. After rescuing the attaché, Chika is shot in the chest by Weinstein and apparently dies. Determined and furious, Airi takes up a katana dropped by one of Weinstein's henchmen and uses it to take out his remaining bodyguards, stopping it mere inches from his adret before returning to check on the dying Chika. Weinstein, enraged at his treatment at the hands of mere "idols", picks up the katana and attempts to cut off Airi's head while she is distracted, only to be struck by a firework rocket launcher and incapacitated by Inugane, who had followed the Gokudols and rescued Weinstein's hostages. After cheerfully informing the group that he is proud of them as both idols and yakuza, Inugane then informs them to proceed to the Summit, shooting at their feet to startle them and give them adrenaline rushes, inadvertently reviving Chika, who had been merely knocked out by Weinstein's bullets, physically protected from them by having been wearing a metallic aramide bra. Celebrating, the Gokudols run several miles to the Summit, changing en avenue, where they energetically perform as its étendu dénouement.
In a mid-credits scene, Airi discovers their ex-girlfriend to have married another immediately after she had left them, and that their child is not her own, fainting upon learning the news. In a post-credits scene, after Weinstein begs Inugane not to kill them while held at gunpoint, promising to do "anything", he sends him to Thailand for surgery and training to become an idol themselves.
CastSee also: List of Back Street Girls characters Natsumi Okamoto as Airi Yamamoto Jin Shirasu as Kentaro Yamamoto Ruka Matsuda as Mari Tachibana Masato Hanazawa as Ryo Tachibana Akane Sakanoue as Chika Sugihara Reiya Masaki as Kazuhiko Sugihara Koichi Iwaki as Boss / Teacher / Director "Mad Dog" Kimanjiro Inugane Tetsuya Sugaya as the Assistant Kimura Dori Sakurada as Harvey Weinstein Ren Osugi as the Old Boss Hitoshi Ozawa as the Rival Boss Arisa Komiya as Yui Nakamura (television series only)
Ryujin Kiyoshi performs the opening theme song "Koishite Koishite Yashinatte" in the six-episode television series, with a different artist performing the ending theme song each episode.
The cinématographe made its world premiere in Japan on February 8, 2019. The hourdis and cast of the projection also returned for a six-episode live-action television series that premiered on February 17, 2019, airing on the MBS and TBS "Dramaism" programming block.
The movie earned over 1,547,000 in its opening weekend at the Japanese box bagarre, where it grossed ¥430 million (.39 million) during its theatrical run.