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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:31,546 --> 00:00:35,046 Yukio Mishima was Japan's most celebrated author. 2 00:00:35,146 --> 00:00:37,646 On his death, he left a body of work consisting of 3 00:00:37,746 --> 00:00:42,246 35 novels, 25 plays, 200 short stories and 8 volumes of essays. 4 00:00:42,346 --> 00:00:47,346 Both his personal life and artistic works were closely followed by the general public. 5 00:00:47,446 --> 00:00:51,446 On November 25, 1970, Mishima and 4 cadets from his private army 6 00:00:51,546 --> 00:00:54,046 entered the Eastern Army Headquarters, 7 00:00:54,146 --> 00:00:58,146 forcibly detained the commander and addressed the garrison. 8 00:00:59,000 --> 00:01:02,500 Improved & Timing by cycles 9 00:01:03,646 --> 00:01:09,246 FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA AND GEORGE LUCAS P R E S E N T 10 00:01:16,246 --> 00:01:21,246 A FILM BY PAUL SCHRADER 11 00:01:45,746 --> 00:01:49,296 "Mishima" . 12 00:01:49,326 --> 00:01:55,346 "Mishima" a life in four chapters 13 00:01:57,346 --> 00:02:01,646 ORIGINAL MUSIC COMPOSED AND ARRANGED BY PHILIP GLASS 14 00:02:46,746 --> 00:02:51,746 WRITTEN BY PAUL SCHRADER & LEONARD SCHRADER 15 00:03:07,246 --> 00:03:21,546 1- Beauty ... "Temple of the Golden Pavilion" 2- Art ... "Kyoko's House" 3- Action ... "Runaway Horses" 4- Harmony of Pen and Sword 16 00:03:23,546 --> 00:03:28,346 1- Beauty 17 00:04:16,133 --> 00:04:17,361 Good morning. 18 00:04:17,568 --> 00:04:21,004 Good morning, Mr. Mishima. Would you like breakfast now? 19 00:04:21,204 --> 00:04:23,069 Not today. 20 00:04:23,440 --> 00:04:25,032 What about the children? 21 00:04:25,242 --> 00:04:28,211 Your wife's already taken them to school. 22 00:06:43,980 --> 00:06:48,713 Recently I've sensed 23 00:06:48,919 --> 00:06:52,616 an accumulation of many things 24 00:06:52,823 --> 00:06:55,917 which cannot be expressed 25 00:06:56,126 --> 00:07:00,256 by an objective form like the novel. TO SHINCHOSHA PUBLISHING CO. NOVEMBER 25, 1970 26 00:07:00,630 --> 00:07:03,190 Words are insufficient. 27 00:07:05,068 --> 00:07:09,937 So I found another form of expression. 28 00:07:27,858 --> 00:07:29,826 Is everything as planned? 29 00:07:31,928 --> 00:07:34,089 Read these in the car. 30 00:07:34,331 --> 00:07:35,992 I'll be right out. 31 00:07:46,143 --> 00:07:48,236 Did you get my letter? 32 00:07:49,045 --> 00:07:52,640 Don't worry. You'll find our little drama newsworthy. 33 00:07:53,583 --> 00:07:57,383 And bring a photographer. 34 00:08:32,088 --> 00:08:35,854 When I examine my early childhood, 35 00:08:36,059 --> 00:08:39,756 I see myself as a boy leaning at the window... 36 00:08:41,231 --> 00:08:45,827 forever watching a world I was unable to change, 37 00:08:46,036 --> 00:08:49,904 forever hoping it would change by itself. 38 00:08:50,106 --> 00:08:53,007 At seven weeks of age, I was taken from my mother 39 00:08:53,210 --> 00:08:55,576 by my grandmother. 40 00:09:00,984 --> 00:09:02,542 Close the curtain! 41 00:09:12,529 --> 00:09:15,726 It's almost time 42 00:09:15,932 --> 00:09:19,197 for him to visit his mother. 43 00:09:29,212 --> 00:09:33,911 No! I need him to rub my legs. 44 00:09:34,551 --> 00:09:38,817 Tell her I'm too sick this week. 45 00:09:39,022 --> 00:09:40,819 Next week. 46 00:09:50,033 --> 00:09:53,196 You would have died 47 00:09:53,403 --> 00:09:55,803 in your mother's care. 48 00:09:58,475 --> 00:10:02,502 A delicate plant like you... 49 00:10:03,914 --> 00:10:07,315 must not go outdoors. 50 00:10:13,623 --> 00:10:17,218 If you want her so much, just go! 51 00:10:18,061 --> 00:10:21,224 Leave me forever! 52 00:10:29,606 --> 00:10:32,905 Be a good boy and rub my legs. 53 00:10:44,120 --> 00:10:46,020 That's wonderful. 54 00:10:47,691 --> 00:10:50,717 Only you can make Grandma feel better. 55 00:11:05,675 --> 00:11:08,940 I looked after my grandmother's failing health. 56 00:11:09,212 --> 00:11:12,978 She entertained me with stories and provided playmates. 57 00:11:13,383 --> 00:11:16,181 On special occasions, she arranged 58 00:11:16,386 --> 00:11:18,081 trips to the theater. 59 00:11:18,455 --> 00:11:19,979 - Watch it! - Sorry. 60 00:11:20,190 --> 00:11:23,421 Don't apologize to these commoners. 61 00:11:23,626 --> 00:11:26,117 Can you believe these crowds? 62 00:11:26,529 --> 00:11:28,963 When I was a girl, 63 00:11:29,165 --> 00:11:33,534 people still had a modicum of manners. 64 00:11:36,573 --> 00:11:38,541 Eat your lunch. 65 00:11:39,009 --> 00:11:42,877 Look. All this riff-raff. 66 00:11:43,446 --> 00:11:46,210 You're just a fragile plant. 67 00:11:47,417 --> 00:11:52,912 The theater is very stimulating. You're old enough to go now. 68 00:11:55,525 --> 00:11:58,824 It would have been too much for you before. 69 00:12:00,730 --> 00:12:03,756 The stage made everything more beautiful. 70 00:12:04,701 --> 00:12:06,601 It turned men into women. 71 00:12:06,803 --> 00:12:10,330 It transformed the entire world. 72 00:12:17,847 --> 00:12:19,246 Look this way. 73 00:12:21,618 --> 00:12:23,279 Look up, sweet. 74 00:12:25,522 --> 00:12:29,618 When I was 12, my grandmother, then dying, 75 00:12:29,826 --> 00:12:31,821 permitted me to return to the care of my mother. 76 00:12:32,095 --> 00:12:36,031 Later that year I entered middle school. 77 00:12:47,544 --> 00:12:49,808 All right, you cowards! 78 00:12:50,013 --> 00:12:51,378 Who's next? 79 00:12:58,188 --> 00:13:00,213 Who is this? The poet? 80 00:13:00,423 --> 00:13:02,254 Mr. Tough. 81 00:13:11,167 --> 00:13:12,566 I'm shaking. 82 00:13:13,136 --> 00:13:15,001 - You'll get killed! - Mama's boy! 83 00:13:28,685 --> 00:13:32,849 In my earliest years, I realized life consisted 84 00:13:33,056 --> 00:13:35,456 of two contradictory elements. 85 00:13:36,326 --> 00:13:39,090 One was words, which could change the world. 86 00:13:40,296 --> 00:13:45,233 The other was the world itself, which had nothing to do with words. 87 00:13:45,435 --> 00:13:48,336 For the average person, 88 00:13:48,538 --> 00:13:51,302 the body precedes language. 89 00:13:51,508 --> 00:13:54,671 In my case, words came first. 90 00:14:01,546 --> 00:14:07,046 Temple of the Golden Pavilion Published 1956 91 00:14:08,124 --> 00:14:10,251 I can't hear a word you're saying. 92 00:14:11,127 --> 00:14:13,891 Your name's Mizoguchi. I know what you want. 93 00:14:15,365 --> 00:14:17,595 To be friends because we're both cripples. 94 00:14:18,668 --> 00:14:21,796 Your stuttering and my frog feet. 95 00:14:25,408 --> 00:14:27,501 That's all right. I do too. 96 00:14:28,311 --> 00:14:31,303 You're still a virgin, right? 97 00:14:32,248 --> 00:14:34,113 Yeah, I thought so. 98 00:14:35,185 --> 00:14:37,050 No success with girls, 99 00:14:37,253 --> 00:14:40,654 and not enough guts to go to a whore. 100 00:14:41,191 --> 00:14:45,924 If you're looking for another virgin, you struck out with me. 101 00:14:48,898 --> 00:14:51,366 Stutter! Go ahead and stutter. 102 00:14:51,935 --> 00:14:53,869 Virgins are beautiful, 103 00:14:54,070 --> 00:14:56,231 but there's nothing beautiful about you. 104 00:14:57,340 --> 00:14:59,240 Guys like us 105 00:14:59,442 --> 00:15:02,468 are just like beautiful girls. 106 00:15:03,646 --> 00:15:06,911 We get sick of always being stared at. 107 00:15:11,754 --> 00:15:13,688 It's like... 108 00:15:14,891 --> 00:15:18,850 a m-m-mirror... 109 00:15:19,829 --> 00:15:22,320 you can't b-b-break. 110 00:15:22,532 --> 00:15:26,662 You're so self-important. 111 00:15:27,937 --> 00:15:31,600 You make too big a deal about your stuttering. 112 00:15:32,475 --> 00:15:35,273 I suppose you're a damn poet. 113 00:15:42,986 --> 00:15:45,921 G- G-Golden Pavilion. 114 00:15:50,193 --> 00:15:52,423 It's too beautiful. 115 00:15:56,332 --> 00:15:57,731 An acolyte. 116 00:15:57,934 --> 00:15:59,925 Even worse. 117 00:16:00,136 --> 00:16:04,266 Face the fact you'll never be loved. 118 00:16:04,941 --> 00:16:07,501 It's the same for everybody. 119 00:16:09,879 --> 00:16:12,905 You can trick girls into loving your deformity 120 00:16:13,116 --> 00:16:15,243 instead of hating it. 121 00:16:20,990 --> 00:16:23,458 Come on. I'll show you. 122 00:16:43,980 --> 00:16:45,345 Damn! 123 00:16:45,548 --> 00:16:47,482 You did that on purpose! 124 00:16:47,684 --> 00:16:48,912 What can I do? 125 00:16:51,354 --> 00:16:53,948 You just going to walk away? 126 00:16:57,527 --> 00:16:58,994 Help me up. 127 00:17:09,472 --> 00:17:12,032 Is there a doctor nearby? 128 00:17:12,241 --> 00:17:15,142 My house is around the corner. 129 00:18:41,831 --> 00:18:43,799 Suddenly I came across a picture 130 00:18:44,000 --> 00:18:49,267 whose only purpose had been to lie in wait for centuries and ambush me. 131 00:18:50,973 --> 00:18:54,534 The white matchless beauty of the youth's body 132 00:18:55,478 --> 00:18:58,914 hung against the tree trunk, his hands tied by thongs. 133 00:18:59,215 --> 00:19:03,743 I trembled with joy. My loins swelled. 134 00:19:04,287 --> 00:19:08,246 My hand unconsciously began a motion it had never been taught. 135 00:19:12,562 --> 00:19:16,521 My need to transform reality was an urgent necessity, 136 00:19:16,732 --> 00:19:20,862 as important as three meals a day or sleep. 137 00:19:46,195 --> 00:19:47,958 Beautiful. 138 00:19:48,164 --> 00:19:50,428 Mm, really. 139 00:19:51,801 --> 00:19:55,430 Scenic beauty is hell, isn't it? 140 00:19:58,307 --> 00:20:00,400 Take that one up the path and screw her. 141 00:20:00,610 --> 00:20:02,510 She wants it. 142 00:20:05,181 --> 00:20:07,581 B- b-but how? 143 00:20:07,783 --> 00:20:10,980 Make her pity your stutter. 144 00:20:11,187 --> 00:20:14,918 Make her worship it. That's why we're here. 145 00:20:20,396 --> 00:20:22,023 Stutter! 146 00:20:22,231 --> 00:20:25,894 Maybe she'll fall in love with a stutterer. 147 00:20:26,369 --> 00:20:28,496 Do you stutter? 148 00:20:31,207 --> 00:20:33,869 Well, are all the deformities here today? 149 00:20:34,744 --> 00:20:37,304 Let's split up. 150 00:20:37,513 --> 00:20:39,981 We'll meet here again in two hours. 151 00:20:55,431 --> 00:20:58,457 D- d-do you want to go home? 152 00:21:45,548 --> 00:21:49,541 He's gone off and made her feel she's a saint. 153 00:21:49,752 --> 00:21:52,687 That's his usual trick. 154 00:21:56,993 --> 00:21:59,223 H- h-how do you know? 155 00:21:59,428 --> 00:22:01,020 Oh, come on. 156 00:22:01,597 --> 00:22:03,588 How do you think? 157 00:23:08,064 --> 00:23:10,328 What are you doing? 158 00:23:10,533 --> 00:23:12,558 What's wrong? 159 00:23:16,539 --> 00:23:19,167 Just as I thought. 160 00:23:40,496 --> 00:23:43,624 It seems you haven't been going to school. 161 00:23:48,771 --> 00:23:51,035 Have you been ill? 162 00:23:54,744 --> 00:23:56,507 Master... 163 00:24:01,450 --> 00:24:05,648 That's no way for a Zen acolyte to behave. 164 00:24:08,491 --> 00:24:10,721 Master... 165 00:24:16,165 --> 00:24:19,999 Nothing's that unbearable. 166 00:24:20,436 --> 00:24:22,336 You'll get over it. 167 00:24:24,640 --> 00:24:27,336 No. Everything... 168 00:24:28,244 --> 00:24:30,212 is p-p-powerless. 169 00:24:31,013 --> 00:24:34,278 What happened? She ran away? 170 00:24:39,488 --> 00:24:43,584 It was as s-s-small as this but grew so big. 171 00:24:45,761 --> 00:24:49,197 It filled the world... 172 00:24:50,466 --> 00:24:52,093 like tremendous music. 173 00:24:58,874 --> 00:25:03,743 That's the p-p-power... 174 00:25:05,314 --> 00:25:08,212 of beauty's eternity. 175 00:25:13,122 --> 00:25:15,613 It poisons us. 176 00:25:19,261 --> 00:25:21,456 It blocks out... 177 00:25:22,131 --> 00:25:24,190 our lives. 178 00:25:26,569 --> 00:25:28,833 Please, enough of your pride! 179 00:25:29,205 --> 00:25:32,538 Beauty is like a rotten tooth. 180 00:25:33,175 --> 00:25:35,803 It rubs against your tongue, hurting, 181 00:25:36,011 --> 00:25:38,479 insisting on its own importance. 182 00:25:38,681 --> 00:25:43,380 Finally you go to a dentist and have it pulled. 183 00:25:43,919 --> 00:25:48,413 Then you look at the small bloody tooth in your hand 184 00:25:48,624 --> 00:25:51,923 and say, "Is that all it was?" 185 00:25:52,394 --> 00:25:54,521 That's the way it is. 186 00:25:55,431 --> 00:25:57,262 Only knowledge 187 00:25:57,466 --> 00:26:00,731 can turn life's unbearableness into a weapon. 188 00:26:02,004 --> 00:26:04,029 Beauty... 189 00:26:05,307 --> 00:26:07,036 is now... 190 00:26:08,010 --> 00:26:09,944 my enemy. 191 00:26:13,182 --> 00:26:16,310 Life is b-b-bearable only when I imagine... 192 00:26:18,254 --> 00:26:20,449 the G-Golden Pavilion... 193 00:26:21,790 --> 00:26:23,758 has been destroyed. 194 00:26:30,199 --> 00:26:34,260 The American b-b-bombers will come. 195 00:26:36,772 --> 00:26:38,296 Then... 196 00:26:40,376 --> 00:26:42,537 I'll be free. 197 00:27:05,034 --> 00:27:08,663 When I was 18, my class was assigned air-raid duty. 198 00:27:08,871 --> 00:27:10,998 I wrote short stories and poems 199 00:27:11,206 --> 00:27:13,834 but dreamed only of joining the war 200 00:27:14,043 --> 00:27:16,011 and dying for the emperor. 201 00:27:16,211 --> 00:27:18,611 I wanted to explode like a rocket, 202 00:27:18,814 --> 00:27:21,806 light the sky for an instant and disappear. 203 00:27:22,818 --> 00:27:27,016 I took the pen name Yukio Mishima. 204 00:27:42,738 --> 00:27:44,205 What are you doing? 205 00:27:45,741 --> 00:27:47,140 Nothing. 206 00:27:47,776 --> 00:27:51,234 I thought you were at Lit. Club. 207 00:27:51,447 --> 00:27:55,281 You kidding? That mediocre bunch? 208 00:27:56,685 --> 00:28:00,348 You should try to make more friends, sweet. 209 00:28:01,623 --> 00:28:04,387 It's not good to be alone so much. 210 00:28:22,311 --> 00:28:26,042 " This is no precocious genius. 211 00:28:26,248 --> 00:28:29,843 He is not a writer. And never will be. " 212 00:28:32,287 --> 00:28:34,312 What's this? 213 00:28:36,959 --> 00:28:39,860 That's a " respected" poet. 214 00:28:41,263 --> 00:28:43,163 He's talking about me. 215 00:28:44,233 --> 00:28:47,134 Don't show it to anyone else. 216 00:28:47,336 --> 00:28:51,432 They might agree. 217 00:29:28,077 --> 00:29:29,544 Cough. 218 00:29:32,181 --> 00:29:33,648 Enough. 219 00:29:38,220 --> 00:29:40,711 Do you sometimes cough blood? 220 00:29:45,360 --> 00:29:46,850 Yes, sir. 221 00:29:47,362 --> 00:29:49,421 How long have you had a fever? 222 00:29:49,631 --> 00:29:51,826 About six months, sir. 223 00:29:53,635 --> 00:29:55,830 " Unfit for military service. " 224 00:29:58,707 --> 00:30:02,006 " Incipient tuberculosis. " 225 00:30:05,214 --> 00:30:07,239 Get dressed and go home. 226 00:30:07,483 --> 00:30:08,848 Next. 227 00:30:24,466 --> 00:30:28,630 I'd always dreamed of dying on the battlefield. 228 00:30:29,438 --> 00:30:33,169 So why did I lie? Why did I exaggerate my illness? 229 00:30:34,176 --> 00:30:36,508 My words were lies. 230 00:30:36,712 --> 00:30:38,839 I was a coward. 231 00:30:39,414 --> 00:30:43,475 I never really wanted to die. 232 00:30:50,559 --> 00:30:52,891 Did you hear? The war is over! 233 00:30:53,762 --> 00:30:57,755 B- b-but the American bombers? Where are the bombers? 234 00:30:59,067 --> 00:31:01,035 The Golden Pavilion... 235 00:31:03,539 --> 00:31:05,905 who'll set it free? 236 00:31:21,857 --> 00:31:24,348 Did you steal this from the temple? 237 00:31:25,494 --> 00:31:27,758 Be careful. 238 00:31:29,531 --> 00:31:32,557 You acolytes are my girls' best customers. 239 00:31:41,109 --> 00:31:44,272 I wonder why they didn't bomb Kyoto. 240 00:31:47,115 --> 00:31:49,208 That was your first time? 241 00:31:52,387 --> 00:31:54,480 I thought so. 242 00:31:55,557 --> 00:31:58,355 Don't worry. You did fine. 243 00:32:02,664 --> 00:32:05,132 Are you always so serious? 244 00:32:06,101 --> 00:32:08,399 Didn't you enjoy it? 245 00:32:10,138 --> 00:32:12,732 I hope you remember my name. 246 00:32:13,875 --> 00:32:17,208 In a day or two I'm going to be famous. 247 00:32:23,385 --> 00:32:25,114 What's so funny? 248 00:32:25,320 --> 00:32:27,481 You're such a terrible liar! 249 00:32:27,689 --> 00:32:29,953 And you keep such a straight face! 250 00:32:31,460 --> 00:32:33,087 It's no lie! 251 00:32:34,396 --> 00:32:36,796 I'll make headlines. 252 00:32:41,570 --> 00:32:43,497 You're too much. 253 00:34:29,846 --> 00:34:34,946 1- Art 254 00:35:13,655 --> 00:35:15,145 Good morning. 255 00:35:15,557 --> 00:35:16,854 It's a nice day. 256 00:35:17,058 --> 00:35:19,322 Good morning, sensei. 257 00:35:23,632 --> 00:35:25,793 You've read the letters? 258 00:35:27,969 --> 00:35:30,833 You three must not follow our example. 259 00:35:30,939 --> 00:35:32,531 But we're ready to - 260 00:35:32,741 --> 00:35:35,835 The letters are very clear. 261 00:35:36,044 --> 00:35:39,013 No matter what happens, 262 00:35:39,214 --> 00:35:43,617 make sure the general does not commit seppuku. 263 00:35:43,819 --> 00:35:45,580 This is our day... 264 00:35:45,687 --> 00:35:47,621 not his. 265 00:35:47,823 --> 00:35:50,917 Sensei, we've talked it over. 266 00:35:52,093 --> 00:35:53,958 We want to die with you. 267 00:35:54,162 --> 00:35:56,130 Why must we be left behind? 268 00:35:56,598 --> 00:35:59,431 This is my final day. 269 00:35:59,701 --> 00:36:03,831 I've said good-bye to my parents, my girlfriend, everyone. 270 00:36:07,409 --> 00:36:08,706 You... 271 00:36:08,910 --> 00:36:11,242 must stay alive. 272 00:36:12,280 --> 00:36:16,273 You must defend our actions in court. 273 00:36:17,786 --> 00:36:21,051 We want to be with you to the end. 274 00:36:21,957 --> 00:36:23,754 You refuse to obey orders? 275 00:36:30,398 --> 00:36:35,700 Morita and I are going to do our duty. You must do yours. 276 00:36:38,073 --> 00:36:39,700 Understand? 277 00:36:42,110 --> 00:36:43,941 Don't worry. 278 00:36:44,145 --> 00:36:46,579 We'll meet again. 279 00:36:47,849 --> 00:36:49,646 Everyone ready? 280 00:36:53,188 --> 00:36:55,315 Let's go. 281 00:37:38,400 --> 00:37:42,029 At the end of the war, I felt left behind. 282 00:37:43,371 --> 00:37:47,637 I thought I was the symbol of my times - 283 00:37:47,842 --> 00:37:49,771 a kamikaze for beauty. 284 00:37:49,878 --> 00:37:53,612 But I'd only been a boy who wrote bad poetry. 285 00:37:54,049 --> 00:37:59,214 I quit my job at the Ministry of Finance to become a writer. 286 00:37:59,988 --> 00:38:02,183 I wrote Confessions of a Mask in six months. 287 00:38:04,693 --> 00:38:07,025 Thirst for Love took five months. 288 00:38:07,228 --> 00:38:10,163 Forbidden Colors took nine, 289 00:38:10,365 --> 00:38:12,162 Sound of Waves four, 290 00:38:12,367 --> 00:38:14,835 Modern Noh Dramas three, 291 00:38:15,670 --> 00:38:19,629 The Temple of the Golden Pavilion ten. 292 00:38:33,455 --> 00:38:35,889 The rehearsals look great. 293 00:38:36,091 --> 00:38:37,718 Easy for you to say. 294 00:38:37,926 --> 00:38:41,157 Why worry? You're already the youngest writer... 295 00:38:42,130 --> 00:38:44,257 to publish his Collected Works. 296 00:38:44,466 --> 00:38:47,458 What good is it if I'm not translated in the West? 297 00:38:47,669 --> 00:38:49,796 Sound of Waves was translated. 298 00:38:50,005 --> 00:38:51,472 One book. 299 00:38:51,673 --> 00:38:54,733 Four, five languages? 300 00:38:54,943 --> 00:38:56,535 Six. 301 00:38:56,745 --> 00:38:59,680 It's like a dream come true. 302 00:38:59,881 --> 00:39:04,580 But it feels like being confined to a hospital bed. 303 00:39:04,786 --> 00:39:06,754 A luxurious hospital bed. 304 00:39:06,955 --> 00:39:10,152 Can't I just have the bed? 305 00:39:15,196 --> 00:39:20,293 Every night I return to my desk precisely at midnight. 306 00:39:29,844 --> 00:39:32,740 I thoroughly analyze why I am attracted to a particular theme. 307 00:39:32,847 --> 00:39:36,305 I drag everything into my conscious mind. 308 00:39:37,052 --> 00:39:40,351 I boil it into abstraction. 309 00:39:40,555 --> 00:39:44,958 I am constantly calculating until I sit down to write. 310 00:39:45,160 --> 00:39:49,023 Only then can my unconscious dreams take over. 311 00:39:50,946 --> 00:39:54,946 Kyoko's House Published 1959 312 00:40:24,365 --> 00:40:27,596 Come, night! Come, Romeo! Come, gentle night. 313 00:41:05,673 --> 00:41:07,573 Osamu? 314 00:41:09,611 --> 00:41:12,409 Who were you with last night? 315 00:41:12,781 --> 00:41:16,615 I don't remember. Who'd you sleep with? 316 00:41:16,818 --> 00:41:19,946 What a thing to say to your mother. 317 00:41:23,224 --> 00:41:25,215 Besides... 318 00:41:25,426 --> 00:41:27,394 he was too drunk to walk. 319 00:41:28,930 --> 00:41:32,297 Nothing goes right for me anymore. 320 00:41:33,568 --> 00:41:37,197 You should see the loan on this place. 321 00:41:38,072 --> 00:41:40,768 I can't even buy lipstick. 322 00:41:44,078 --> 00:41:46,273 My back gets worse and worse. 323 00:41:47,615 --> 00:41:51,278 I could die and nobody would care. 324 00:41:52,220 --> 00:41:54,051 What's so funny? 325 00:41:55,623 --> 00:41:58,683 I love how you exaggerate your misery, 326 00:41:59,260 --> 00:42:02,252 like some cheap movie poster. 327 00:42:04,098 --> 00:42:06,566 You even look the part - 328 00:42:08,069 --> 00:42:11,766 like the madam of a French brothel. 329 00:42:12,340 --> 00:42:14,308 How would you know? 330 00:42:14,676 --> 00:42:16,473 You've never left Tokyo. 331 00:42:17,679 --> 00:42:21,911 Besides, I'm not exaggerating. 332 00:42:24,252 --> 00:42:27,350 You're never here when the loan sharks come. 333 00:42:27,455 --> 00:42:29,150 Do me a favor, please. 334 00:42:29,357 --> 00:42:31,951 Go see them. I need six months more. 335 00:42:32,160 --> 00:42:35,357 It's getting so I can't sleep anymore. 336 00:42:35,797 --> 00:42:37,025 I'm busy. 337 00:42:37,232 --> 00:42:39,427 Doing what? Daydreaming? 338 00:42:39,634 --> 00:42:40,601 Like you. 339 00:42:42,170 --> 00:42:43,237 Theater? 340 00:42:43,338 --> 00:42:44,596 Wait. 341 00:42:45,073 --> 00:42:46,438 Got a role? 342 00:43:09,597 --> 00:43:11,428 What do you think? 343 00:43:14,736 --> 00:43:16,966 Would they look good in tights? 344 00:43:17,472 --> 00:43:19,440 I guess so. 345 00:43:20,742 --> 00:43:23,176 This nail polish sure chips easy. 346 00:43:23,745 --> 00:43:25,645 These damn legs. 347 00:43:26,314 --> 00:43:28,805 I pay too much attention to my face, 348 00:43:29,550 --> 00:43:31,450 but what about my body? 349 00:43:33,488 --> 00:43:36,013 If only I were more muscular... 350 00:43:37,158 --> 00:43:39,251 like a matador. 351 00:43:39,961 --> 00:43:44,159 Then my whole body could be my face. 352 00:43:46,167 --> 00:43:48,897 That's not very realistic. 353 00:43:59,580 --> 00:44:01,810 I'm going to take up bodybuilding. 354 00:44:06,254 --> 00:44:07,915 I mean it. 355 00:44:12,527 --> 00:44:14,961 Oh no, you don't. 356 00:44:15,163 --> 00:44:17,358 Then you'll have more girls chasing you. 357 00:44:18,833 --> 00:44:22,132 Who were you with last night? 358 00:44:25,974 --> 00:44:29,603 Come on, tell me who. Someone new? 359 00:44:30,411 --> 00:44:33,039 All right, muscle man. You are a weakling! 360 00:44:33,247 --> 00:44:35,181 Cut it out. 361 00:44:38,519 --> 00:44:40,919 I'll be your mirror. 362 00:44:43,524 --> 00:44:46,118 This is your hair. 363 00:44:52,600 --> 00:44:55,694 This is your face. 364 00:45:00,141 --> 00:45:02,473 This is your breast. 365 00:45:03,544 --> 00:45:07,378 See? Isn't this better than a mirror? 366 00:45:21,195 --> 00:45:25,564 My life is in many ways like that of an actor. 367 00:45:25,767 --> 00:45:29,032 I also wear a mask. I play a role. 368 00:45:30,104 --> 00:45:32,129 When he looks in the mirror, 369 00:45:32,340 --> 00:45:35,002 the homosexual, like the actor, sees what he fears most.: 370 00:45:35,209 --> 00:45:37,507 the decay of the body. 371 00:45:48,322 --> 00:45:50,517 What's this? 372 00:45:50,725 --> 00:45:52,784 You're so flabby. 373 00:46:12,880 --> 00:46:14,507 Ah, it's you. 374 00:46:15,183 --> 00:46:19,745 What happened? Suddenly you just... 375 00:46:20,955 --> 00:46:22,855 Don't worry. It's nothing. 376 00:46:23,057 --> 00:46:26,515 Please tell me, or I'll never calm down. 377 00:46:27,428 --> 00:46:29,828 I'm calling from nearby. 378 00:46:35,736 --> 00:46:37,795 I'll see you in 15 minutes. 379 00:46:41,609 --> 00:46:43,042 Tell me. 380 00:46:44,479 --> 00:46:46,208 I must know. 381 00:46:51,052 --> 00:46:55,250 Both you and I have a strong sense of aesthetics. 382 00:46:56,357 --> 00:47:00,054 When you look in the mirror, you see beauty. 383 00:47:07,869 --> 00:47:11,771 I can't even look at myself. 384 00:47:14,809 --> 00:47:18,575 So don't make jokes like that again. 385 00:47:46,340 --> 00:47:51,073 As the ship approached Hawaii, I felt as if I'd emerged from a cave 386 00:47:51,279 --> 00:47:54,715 and shook hands with the sun. 387 00:47:55,316 --> 00:47:57,648 I'd always suffered under a monstrous sensitivity. 388 00:47:57,852 --> 00:48:03,017 What I lacked was health - a healthy body, a physical presence. 389 00:48:03,224 --> 00:48:06,557 Words had separated me from my body. 390 00:48:07,361 --> 00:48:10,819 The sun released me. 391 00:48:14,769 --> 00:48:20,230 Greece cured my self-hatred and awoke a will to health. 392 00:48:20,908 --> 00:48:23,809 I saw that beauty and ethics were one and the same. 393 00:48:24,011 --> 00:48:30,143 Creating a beautiful work of art and becoming beautiful oneself are identical. 394 00:48:49,604 --> 00:48:53,597 I obtained physical health 395 00:48:53,808 --> 00:48:56,140 after becoming an adult. 396 00:48:56,344 --> 00:49:01,304 Such people are different from those born healthy. 397 00:49:01,515 --> 00:49:05,212 We feel we have the right to be insensitive to trivial concerns. 398 00:49:07,054 --> 00:49:10,615 The loss of self through sex 399 00:49:10,825 --> 00:49:13,953 gives us little satisfaction. 400 00:49:55,970 --> 00:49:57,699 Natsuo-chan! 401 00:50:00,708 --> 00:50:02,676 Osamu! 402 00:50:02,877 --> 00:50:05,004 Where have you been? 403 00:50:05,212 --> 00:50:07,180 I've become a bodybuilder. 404 00:50:07,682 --> 00:50:10,014 How about you? Still painting? 405 00:50:10,217 --> 00:50:11,445 Still at it. 406 00:50:11,652 --> 00:50:15,213 You mean Natsuo Yamagata? Landscapes? 407 00:50:17,158 --> 00:50:19,626 I've seen some of them. 408 00:50:22,296 --> 00:50:25,925 At least you don't attempt to paint human bodies. 409 00:50:29,437 --> 00:50:31,234 Forgive his bluntness. 410 00:50:31,439 --> 00:50:35,739 Takei and I were just talking about art. 411 00:50:37,044 --> 00:50:39,569 And what did you decide? 412 00:50:40,181 --> 00:50:44,880 I got interested because of the way Michelangelo and Rodin 413 00:50:45,086 --> 00:50:47,953 treated the human body. 414 00:50:50,157 --> 00:50:53,285 The human body is the work of art. 415 00:50:53,828 --> 00:50:56,592 It doesn't need artists. 416 00:51:00,134 --> 00:51:02,796 Okay, let's say you're right. 417 00:51:03,738 --> 00:51:06,138 What good does your sweating and grunting do? 418 00:51:06,340 --> 00:51:09,605 Even the most beautiful body is soon destroyed by age. 419 00:51:10,010 --> 00:51:13,343 Where is beauty then? 420 00:51:14,515 --> 00:51:17,549 Only art makes human beauty endure. 421 00:51:18,285 --> 00:51:21,880 You must devise an artist's scheme to preserve it. 422 00:51:23,023 --> 00:51:26,288 You must commit suicide at the height of your beauty. 423 00:51:44,745 --> 00:51:49,079 What have you been doing? You promised we'd go to the theater. 424 00:51:49,750 --> 00:51:51,513 You need money again? 425 00:51:51,719 --> 00:51:53,380 No, that's not it. 426 00:51:54,355 --> 00:51:56,687 Don't you notice anything new? 427 00:51:57,992 --> 00:51:59,482 Just this awful shirt. 428 00:51:59,693 --> 00:52:02,423 You call my taste gaudy. Looks like blood. 429 00:52:03,030 --> 00:52:04,998 No, it's not that. 430 00:52:06,066 --> 00:52:08,432 I've put two inches on my chest. 431 00:52:09,403 --> 00:52:11,894 Bodybuilding. 432 00:52:12,106 --> 00:52:14,074 You? Why? 433 00:52:14,275 --> 00:52:17,244 Somebody even said my ass 434 00:52:17,445 --> 00:52:21,211 looked like that of a foreign sailor. 435 00:52:22,483 --> 00:52:24,474 Here, feel my chest. 436 00:52:26,086 --> 00:52:28,149 I can hardly pinch it. 437 00:52:30,958 --> 00:52:33,290 Lady! Get us some lunch! 438 00:52:36,163 --> 00:52:37,858 We only serve snacks. 439 00:52:38,065 --> 00:52:40,727 Then go get some. 440 00:52:40,935 --> 00:52:44,894 Until you pay back your loan, this dump belongs to my boss. 441 00:52:45,105 --> 00:52:46,772 Now move your ass. 442 00:52:46,974 --> 00:52:48,441 The check! 443 00:53:30,484 --> 00:53:32,076 Come in. 444 00:53:40,494 --> 00:53:44,726 I hope you accept my apology. I'm sorry about yesterday. 445 00:53:45,266 --> 00:53:47,996 I fired that punk immediately. 446 00:53:49,937 --> 00:53:53,566 I've put up with your mother long enough. 447 00:53:53,774 --> 00:53:57,767 She's very difficult. 448 00:54:00,080 --> 00:54:03,311 I'll soon take possession of her place. 449 00:54:05,119 --> 00:54:06,416 In such cases, 450 00:54:07,388 --> 00:54:10,414 people are often driven to suicide. 451 00:54:21,201 --> 00:54:23,169 What do you mean? 452 00:54:25,472 --> 00:54:27,497 You're like me. 453 00:54:27,975 --> 00:54:30,170 My beautiful shadow. 454 00:54:30,945 --> 00:54:33,914 You're vain and bored. 455 00:54:34,982 --> 00:54:36,506 Full of yourself. 456 00:54:37,985 --> 00:54:40,249 You like to play childish games. 457 00:54:40,854 --> 00:54:43,880 You're an actor, aren't you? 458 00:54:46,360 --> 00:54:48,055 I feel that... 459 00:54:51,265 --> 00:54:56,100 a certain woman wants a certain something. 460 00:55:00,007 --> 00:55:02,202 Don't pretend you love me. 461 00:55:02,409 --> 00:55:04,206 I've had too much of that. 462 00:55:05,646 --> 00:55:09,776 Mm, as for me, I don't love women much. 463 00:55:12,419 --> 00:55:14,785 They make me feel 464 00:55:14,989 --> 00:55:17,480 emptied out. 465 00:55:17,791 --> 00:55:19,986 All the better. 466 00:55:23,731 --> 00:55:27,599 What do you want? 467 00:55:34,708 --> 00:55:38,371 This is your mother's loan. It comes to 11/2 million yen. 468 00:55:44,918 --> 00:55:46,681 Sign this. 469 00:55:46,887 --> 00:55:49,219 If you do, 470 00:55:49,423 --> 00:55:51,891 I'll cancel the loan. 471 00:55:53,460 --> 00:55:54,757 Write: 472 00:55:54,962 --> 00:55:59,422 " I hereby certify that my life and body 473 00:55:59,633 --> 00:56:02,830 belong to Kiyomi Akita. " 474 00:56:08,409 --> 00:56:10,377 I want to buy you. 475 00:57:07,701 --> 00:57:09,896 It's just a little cut. 476 00:57:13,407 --> 00:57:15,739 Why? 477 00:57:17,611 --> 00:57:20,273 Your skin is so beautiful... 478 00:57:21,682 --> 00:57:25,778 I just had to cut it. 479 00:57:34,695 --> 00:57:37,095 It felt pleasant. 480 00:57:55,349 --> 00:57:59,809 A thought just occurred to me. 481 00:58:01,889 --> 00:58:04,255 " This is the woman I've been looking for. 482 00:58:04,458 --> 00:58:06,858 I've finally found her. " 483 00:58:10,697 --> 00:58:13,257 I don't need a mirror anymore. 484 00:58:15,602 --> 00:58:21,131 I feel clearly that I exist. 485 00:58:27,648 --> 00:58:29,138 In that case... 486 00:58:30,117 --> 00:58:32,677 will you stay by me to the end? 487 00:58:34,388 --> 00:58:36,515 Will you die with me? 488 00:58:38,458 --> 00:58:41,188 I'd watch you writhe in a pool of blood... 489 00:58:43,463 --> 00:58:47,365 until you stopped moving. 490 00:58:49,870 --> 00:58:55,365 Then I'd drink poison. 491 00:58:58,245 --> 00:59:00,110 Fine with me, but... 492 00:59:01,748 --> 00:59:05,514 no matter what happens, don't kiss me... 493 00:59:10,057 --> 00:59:12,423 until I'm good and dead. 494 00:59:50,097 --> 00:59:54,363 A writer is a voyeur par excellence. 495 00:59:57,204 --> 00:59:59,798 I came to detest this position. 496 01:00:02,442 --> 01:00:07,141 I sought to be not only the seer but also the seen. 497 01:00:07,547 --> 01:00:09,907 THE TOUGH GUY 498 01:00:15,889 --> 01:00:17,914 Men wear masks 499 01:00:18,125 --> 01:00:20,320 to make themselves beautiful. THE ASSASSINS 500 01:00:20,527 --> 01:00:22,825 But unlike a woman's, 501 01:00:23,030 --> 01:00:25,794 a man's determination to become beautiful 502 01:00:25,999 --> 01:00:28,797 is always a desire for death. 503 01:00:50,924 --> 01:00:53,757 Have you been to the gym? 504 01:00:55,829 --> 01:00:57,524 I don't need to go. 505 01:01:05,439 --> 01:01:08,272 You are in good shape. 506 01:01:12,846 --> 01:01:14,814 Look, those ladies are jealous. 507 01:01:15,015 --> 01:01:17,984 They don't think we're mother and son. 508 01:01:20,120 --> 01:01:22,117 Let 'em think what they want. 509 01:01:24,558 --> 01:01:26,185 Two, please. 510 01:01:26,393 --> 01:01:28,293 Two hundred yen, please. 511 01:01:29,363 --> 01:01:31,228 Thank you. 512 01:01:32,399 --> 01:01:35,926 It's such a relief not to worry about money anymore. 513 01:01:37,070 --> 01:01:39,004 I'm finally able to sleep again. 514 01:01:39,206 --> 01:01:41,868 Thanks to Akita-san. And to you. 515 01:01:47,414 --> 01:01:51,009 You're not having trouble with her, are you? 516 01:01:51,618 --> 01:01:53,449 Not at all. 517 01:01:53,854 --> 01:01:56,618 In fact, I decided to go all the way with her. 518 01:02:00,460 --> 01:02:02,121 Do you love her? 519 01:02:02,896 --> 01:02:04,420 Of course not. 520 01:02:05,599 --> 01:02:07,590 Isn't that a little extreme? 521 01:02:07,801 --> 01:02:11,100 On the other hand, we've got to be nice to her. 522 01:02:13,073 --> 01:02:17,567 But don't go too far. Just find a way to cancel the loan. 523 01:02:21,481 --> 01:02:23,745 Don't worry about money. 524 01:02:25,952 --> 01:02:28,284 I got a good part. 525 01:02:28,488 --> 01:02:29,955 You did? 526 01:02:30,824 --> 01:02:32,682 Which role? 527 01:02:35,529 --> 01:02:37,656 It's a surprise. 528 01:03:23,243 --> 01:03:26,110 You've got the body of a matador. 529 01:03:29,182 --> 01:03:32,049 I can't even go to the gym. 530 01:03:35,856 --> 01:03:38,620 Those guys at the theater are even worse. 531 01:03:40,060 --> 01:03:44,622 They're still having the same boring discussions... 532 01:03:48,168 --> 01:03:51,069 about the "wounds of art. " 533 01:04:00,313 --> 01:04:03,111 I'd like to show them... 534 01:04:04,951 --> 01:04:06,680 your wounds. 535 01:04:40,153 --> 01:04:42,417 They don't even know 536 01:04:42,622 --> 01:04:45,785 that art is a shadow... 537 01:04:49,262 --> 01:04:51,856 that stage blood... 538 01:04:52,666 --> 01:04:55,260 is not enough. 539 01:05:20,546 --> 01:05:26,546 3- Action 540 01:05:28,602 --> 01:05:33,403 When duty and sympathy 541 01:05:33,607 --> 01:05:38,271 Are on the scales 542 01:05:38,745 --> 01:05:43,842 A man always finds 543 01:05:44,050 --> 01:05:47,542 Duty heavier 544 01:05:48,521 --> 01:05:53,618 O merciful Kannon 545 01:05:54,094 --> 01:05:58,929 My childhood friend 546 01:05:59,266 --> 01:06:04,067 You can see 547 01:06:04,271 --> 01:06:08,071 Right into my heart 548 01:06:09,109 --> 01:06:14,206 The lion and the peony 549 01:06:14,414 --> 01:06:19,511 Roar on my back 550 01:06:46,446 --> 01:06:48,880 There it is. 551 01:06:56,923 --> 01:06:58,618 We're a little early. 552 01:06:58,825 --> 01:07:00,656 Swing around the loop. 553 01:07:00,860 --> 01:07:04,762 What if something goes wrong? 554 01:07:05,699 --> 01:07:07,758 Just stick to the plan. 555 01:07:26,446 --> 01:07:33,446 Runaway Horses Published 1969 556 01:08:02,021 --> 01:08:04,285 Has anything changed? 557 01:08:04,491 --> 01:08:06,925 You're still going through with it? Why? 558 01:08:07,127 --> 01:08:09,095 Don't you understand? 559 01:08:09,729 --> 01:08:12,061 The emperor's face is not pleased. 560 01:08:12,565 --> 01:08:14,294 Japan is losing her soul. 561 01:08:14,501 --> 01:08:16,528 But why you? 562 01:08:18,271 --> 01:08:20,569 I was lucky enough to be chosen. 563 01:08:23,676 --> 01:08:27,339 Why did you pull out of the tournament? 564 01:08:28,448 --> 01:08:30,609 I lost interest. 565 01:08:32,385 --> 01:08:34,785 Because you win so easily? 566 01:08:36,823 --> 01:08:39,815 I lost interest in wooden swords, sensei. 567 01:08:40,026 --> 01:08:42,187 They have no real power. 568 01:08:43,763 --> 01:08:45,924 You're old enough for a sword of steel? 569 01:08:46,132 --> 01:08:47,599 Yes, sensei. 570 01:08:49,202 --> 01:08:51,670 How about your team and your school? 571 01:08:53,006 --> 01:08:54,997 They can't win without you. 572 01:08:55,208 --> 01:08:57,472 Report to your dorm, Isao. 573 01:09:00,046 --> 01:09:04,475 Contemplate the danger of a man who thinks only of himself. 574 01:09:21,234 --> 01:09:22,701 Excuse me, Lieutenant Hori. 575 01:09:26,940 --> 01:09:29,272 I heard about your kendo exercises. 576 01:09:29,476 --> 01:09:31,876 We expect great things from you. 577 01:09:33,012 --> 01:09:35,173 You wrote this? 578 01:09:36,149 --> 01:09:37,309 How many of you? 579 01:09:37,517 --> 01:09:39,007 Twenty. 580 01:09:53,266 --> 01:09:55,461 How will you do this? 581 01:09:55,668 --> 01:09:57,067 In a single stroke. 582 01:09:57,270 --> 01:09:59,734 We'll assassinate the leaders of capitalism. 583 01:09:59,819 --> 01:10:01,666 Burn the Bank of Japan. 584 01:10:02,475 --> 01:10:06,809 At dawn, law will restore power to the emperor. 585 01:10:07,213 --> 01:10:09,272 What will happen to your group? 586 01:10:10,383 --> 01:10:14,080 At sunrise, on a cliff, paying reverence to the sun, 587 01:10:14,287 --> 01:10:18,053 looking down on the sea, we'll commit seppuku. 588 01:10:23,329 --> 01:10:26,298 We'd never ask anyone to join us in death. 589 01:10:26,633 --> 01:10:28,498 Who would you kill? 590 01:10:29,936 --> 01:10:31,665 If we could kill ten, 591 01:10:31,871 --> 01:10:35,773 Marquis Nagasaki, Baron Shinkawa - 592 01:10:35,975 --> 01:10:37,567 If only five? 593 01:10:37,777 --> 01:10:38,869 Premier Saito - 594 01:10:39,078 --> 01:10:40,705 Only one? 595 01:10:42,949 --> 01:10:44,812 Kurahara. 596 01:10:46,286 --> 01:10:49,153 Japan will be purified. 597 01:10:51,624 --> 01:10:53,592 What do you want from me? 598 01:10:54,427 --> 01:10:56,588 An airplane to drop leaflets. 599 01:10:56,796 --> 01:11:00,357 Explosives to knock out the power station. 600 01:11:00,567 --> 01:11:02,057 You have firearms? 601 01:11:02,268 --> 01:11:04,259 We'll only use swords. 602 01:11:04,470 --> 01:11:07,598 Our best weapon is purity. 603 01:11:08,641 --> 01:11:11,337 And you schoolboys can use swords? 604 01:12:18,077 --> 01:12:20,671 Words are a deceit. 605 01:12:22,348 --> 01:12:24,873 But action is never deceitful. 606 01:12:25,885 --> 01:12:28,251 " The harmony of pen and sword. " 607 01:12:28,454 --> 01:12:30,979 This samurai motto used to be a way of life. 608 01:12:31,691 --> 01:12:36,060 Now it's forgotten. 609 01:12:36,262 --> 01:12:39,231 Can art and action still be united? 610 01:12:40,066 --> 01:12:45,163 Today this harmony can only occur in a brief flash, a single moment. 611 01:12:46,873 --> 01:12:51,273 The average age for men in the Bronze Age was 18, 612 01:12:51,377 --> 01:12:54,278 in the Roman era, 22. 613 01:12:54,647 --> 01:12:58,406 Heaven must have been beautiful then. 614 01:12:59,285 --> 01:13:02,686 Today it must look dreadful. 615 01:13:03,823 --> 01:13:08,860 When a man reaches 40, he has no chance to die beautifully. 616 01:13:08,961 --> 01:13:12,419 No matter how he tries, he will die of decay. 617 01:13:14,867 --> 01:13:18,735 He must compel himself to live. 618 01:13:31,651 --> 01:13:32,982 What's wrong? 619 01:13:33,186 --> 01:13:34,915 Call off your plan. 620 01:13:35,121 --> 01:13:36,315 Someone found out? 621 01:13:36,522 --> 01:13:39,047 No, but they will. 622 01:13:39,559 --> 01:13:42,858 I'm being transferred to Manchuria. 623 01:13:43,062 --> 01:13:44,825 Without me, it's too dangerous. 624 01:13:45,498 --> 01:13:48,365 Can you get the airplane? 625 01:13:48,568 --> 01:13:50,536 It won't work. Call it off. 626 01:13:52,772 --> 01:13:54,467 Why? 627 01:13:55,007 --> 01:13:58,670 You must not throw away your lives. 628 01:14:04,650 --> 01:14:09,246 " Don't fear the death of the body, only the spirit. " 629 01:14:10,223 --> 01:14:13,590 Your intentions are admirable, but... 630 01:14:19,232 --> 01:14:22,497 Please swear you'll call it off. 631 01:14:35,014 --> 01:14:38,048 And destroy any reference to me. 632 01:14:38,284 --> 01:14:40,047 Do you swear? 633 01:14:53,833 --> 01:14:57,030 There'll be no airplane, no explosives. 634 01:14:57,770 --> 01:15:00,330 The army has deserted us. 635 01:15:01,174 --> 01:15:04,302 The capitalists have bought them out. 636 01:15:06,546 --> 01:15:09,982 This meeting is useless. 637 01:15:11,417 --> 01:15:13,282 Do you understand? 638 01:15:13,653 --> 01:15:15,678 Go home. Go back to your books. 639 01:15:16,389 --> 01:15:19,381 This is my final command. 640 01:15:20,626 --> 01:15:23,151 I want to be alone now. Go. 641 01:15:42,648 --> 01:15:44,411 What's wrong? 642 01:15:44,784 --> 01:15:47,252 Didn't you hear me? Go home. 643 01:15:48,387 --> 01:15:50,480 We have no plan. 644 01:15:51,190 --> 01:15:53,249 No hope. Nothing. 645 01:15:54,460 --> 01:15:56,257 We understand. 646 01:15:57,630 --> 01:16:00,292 Are you still willing to pay the price... 647 01:16:01,734 --> 01:16:06,467 for something which may accomplish nothing? 648 01:16:06,672 --> 01:16:08,105 Yes! 649 01:16:24,357 --> 01:16:27,224 One: We vow to go forth to death 650 01:16:27,327 --> 01:16:30,254 to purge our nation of capitalist evils. 651 01:16:30,263 --> 01:16:33,391 Two: We hereby vow to forge 652 01:16:33,599 --> 01:16:35,499 eternal friendship among ourselves. 653 01:16:35,701 --> 01:16:41,003 Three: We hereby vow to restore His Imperial Majesty. 654 01:16:44,543 --> 01:16:49,947 "We hereby vow to be the foundation of imperial Japan. " 655 01:16:51,384 --> 01:16:53,818 Now let's sign with our blood. 656 01:16:55,388 --> 01:16:58,915 This paper could be lost in the wind, 657 01:17:00,026 --> 01:17:04,827 but these vows will be eternal in our hearts. 658 01:17:20,746 --> 01:17:22,407 It doesn't hurt. 659 01:18:00,252 --> 01:18:02,049 After the signatures, 660 01:18:02,254 --> 01:18:06,020 we'll drink a blood toast to our new Shield Society. 661 01:18:15,534 --> 01:18:19,231 No one here has VD, I hope. 662 01:19:24,203 --> 01:19:27,372 You can't use the National Theater for a private political party. 663 01:19:27,473 --> 01:19:29,703 This is a scandal. 664 01:19:31,243 --> 01:19:34,644 What's all this nonsense about a private army? 665 01:19:35,147 --> 01:19:37,980 Up there I create action in the sunshine. 666 01:19:38,184 --> 01:19:40,846 Here I create art in the dark. 667 01:19:41,053 --> 01:19:42,782 Isn't it perfect? 668 01:19:42,988 --> 01:19:45,684 Who'd have thought you could still combine them? 669 01:19:45,891 --> 01:19:49,825 Byron did it. He had 300 men. 670 01:19:49,929 --> 01:19:51,794 Are you serious? 671 01:19:51,997 --> 01:19:54,557 The media can make you look so ridiculous. 672 01:19:54,767 --> 01:19:57,292 You're our best writer. 673 01:19:58,537 --> 01:20:00,903 Haven't I always looked ridiculous? 674 01:20:01,640 --> 01:20:04,473 I walk on stage determined to make the audience cry. 675 01:20:04,677 --> 01:20:07,111 Instead, they burst out laughing. 676 01:20:14,987 --> 01:20:17,217 Some people have called us 677 01:20:17,890 --> 01:20:20,188 toy soldiers. 678 01:20:20,392 --> 01:20:23,623 But our goal 679 01:20:23,829 --> 01:20:26,127 is to restore the noble tradition 680 01:20:26,332 --> 01:20:29,699 of the way of the samurai. 681 01:20:30,436 --> 01:20:35,464 I have always supported the tradition of elegant beauty 682 01:20:35,574 --> 01:20:38,336 in Japanese literature. 683 01:20:38,544 --> 01:20:40,512 I cannot stop striving 684 01:20:40,713 --> 01:20:45,047 to unite these two great traditions. 685 01:20:51,257 --> 01:20:54,820 Now I would like to address 686 01:20:55,127 --> 01:20:58,460 our foreign guests in English. 687 01:20:59,698 --> 01:21:03,691 I hope my poor English is not too hard 688 01:21:03,903 --> 01:21:05,871 on your ears. 689 01:22:07,833 --> 01:22:10,961 A month after the radical Left occupied Tokyo University, 690 01:22:11,170 --> 01:22:14,901 they challenged me to speak. 691 01:22:16,875 --> 01:22:20,467 For a moment I felt I was entering the realm where art and action converge. 692 01:22:20,579 --> 01:22:23,070 For a moment I was alive. 693 01:22:33,525 --> 01:22:36,085 You're not only wrong, 694 01:22:36,295 --> 01:22:38,326 you're not even logical! 695 01:22:45,104 --> 01:22:48,130 Having got this far out of sheer pride... 696 01:22:51,410 --> 01:22:54,345 I'm not going to become logical now. 697 01:22:59,351 --> 01:23:02,548 That doesn't mean you've defeated me with your lack of logic. 698 01:23:03,155 --> 01:23:05,453 I'd gladly join hands with you 699 01:23:05,658 --> 01:23:08,821 if you'd only call the emperor by his rightful name. 700 01:23:17,836 --> 01:23:20,862 We all want to improve Japan. 701 01:23:24,043 --> 01:23:26,834 Are we so far apart? 702 01:23:30,716 --> 01:23:33,378 We're playing a serious game. 703 01:23:33,585 --> 01:23:36,213 We've both played the same cards. 704 01:23:39,425 --> 01:23:42,656 You're speaking nonsense! 705 01:23:42,861 --> 01:23:45,659 Think about it. 706 01:23:47,032 --> 01:23:50,593 But I have the joker. 707 01:23:53,305 --> 01:23:56,900 I have the emperor. 708 01:24:11,623 --> 01:24:13,591 Sitting alone at my desk at midnight, 709 01:24:13,792 --> 01:24:16,488 as I had every night for 20 years, 710 01:24:16,695 --> 01:24:20,028 I felt empty. 711 01:24:21,266 --> 01:24:23,894 Then again came the words. 712 01:24:24,103 --> 01:24:27,095 Effortlessly, urgently. 713 01:24:27,306 --> 01:24:32,403 Again the rehearsal began. 714 01:24:39,118 --> 01:24:41,086 We strike Friday night. 715 01:24:41,286 --> 01:24:45,620 This date can change anytime, so always be ready. 716 01:24:52,131 --> 01:24:54,190 Are there any objections? 717 01:24:55,334 --> 01:24:57,598 Is it inconvenient for anyone? 718 01:25:01,640 --> 01:25:05,599 If we're going to die, how can it be inconvenient? 719 01:25:08,514 --> 01:25:10,880 Okay, Friday night. 720 01:25:12,284 --> 01:25:15,378 Where are the maps to Kurahara's house? 721 01:25:19,425 --> 01:25:21,052 Is that you? 722 01:26:05,003 --> 01:26:06,834 Sit down. 723 01:26:13,779 --> 01:26:16,805 Are you hungry? 724 01:26:17,015 --> 01:26:18,073 No. 725 01:26:20,619 --> 01:26:23,850 - I can have something brought. - That's okay. 726 01:26:24,923 --> 01:26:28,359 - Did your group plan anything else? - No. 727 01:26:29,862 --> 01:26:32,387 You're third degree in kendo, I hear. 728 01:26:32,598 --> 01:26:36,694 Too bad you got involved in this business. 729 01:26:36,902 --> 01:26:39,962 Otherwise we might be having a pleasant match. 730 01:26:40,239 --> 01:26:42,264 Are they having a match now? 731 01:26:46,512 --> 01:26:50,414 You're still too young and pure. 732 01:26:51,316 --> 01:26:54,410 You will learn to tone down your feelings. 733 01:26:55,087 --> 01:26:59,217 If purity is toned down, it's no longer purity. 734 01:26:59,424 --> 01:27:02,086 Total purity is not possible in this world. 735 01:27:02,294 --> 01:27:03,261 Yes, it is... 736 01:27:04,997 --> 01:27:10,060 if you turn your life into a line of poetry written with a splash of blood. 737 01:27:10,269 --> 01:27:11,759 Calm down. 738 01:27:11,970 --> 01:27:15,269 Dying isn't everything, you know. 739 01:27:16,241 --> 01:27:21,076 I admire your loyalty, but the emperor also treasures our lives. 740 01:27:23,482 --> 01:27:25,746 I'm not attacking your beliefs. 741 01:27:25,951 --> 01:27:28,476 I'm just saying... 742 01:27:29,855 --> 01:27:31,413 take it easy. 743 01:27:31,523 --> 01:27:33,350 You don't think I'm serious. 744 01:27:33,458 --> 01:27:36,053 If my ideas aren't dangerous, let me do my duty. 745 01:27:36,328 --> 01:27:39,320 If not, torture me like the others. 746 01:27:40,165 --> 01:27:42,326 Ah, such a debater. 747 01:27:42,534 --> 01:27:44,502 Torture me. 748 01:27:44,703 --> 01:27:48,969 There's no need to torture you. 749 01:27:49,174 --> 01:27:52,007 We torture those who won't talk. 750 01:27:52,210 --> 01:27:54,007 You want to talk. 751 01:29:19,965 --> 01:29:20,897 Kurahara! 752 01:29:21,099 --> 01:29:22,430 Who are you? 753 01:29:22,634 --> 01:29:24,898 The punishment you deserve! 754 01:30:25,530 --> 01:30:26,656 Cut! 755 01:30:42,347 --> 01:30:44,244 Is something wrong? 756 01:30:44,950 --> 01:30:46,315 How does it look? 757 01:30:46,518 --> 01:30:47,610 Fine. 758 01:30:47,819 --> 01:30:50,319 It's hard enough directing and acting. 759 01:30:50,422 --> 01:30:52,253 It looks great. Honest. 760 01:30:52,457 --> 01:30:53,924 Very well. 761 01:30:56,228 --> 01:30:57,889 We need more shadow. 762 01:30:58,096 --> 01:31:02,829 This premieres in Paris - you know how the French love shadows. 763 01:31:29,494 --> 01:31:31,155 Action! 764 01:31:32,397 --> 01:31:35,332 Why did you make your film without dialogue? 765 01:31:36,101 --> 01:31:38,535 That's a surprise. 766 01:31:38,870 --> 01:31:43,864 You always say I use too much dialogue. I was doing you a favor. 767 01:31:46,111 --> 01:31:49,080 Does your film have any political message? 768 01:31:49,648 --> 01:31:51,741 No, none at all. 769 01:31:51,950 --> 01:31:53,577 Your favorite writer? 770 01:31:53,785 --> 01:31:55,946 - Thomas Mann. - Your most unique habit? 771 01:31:56,855 --> 01:31:58,379 Laughing for no reason. 772 01:31:58,590 --> 01:32:00,922 Who would you like to be? 773 01:32:03,862 --> 01:32:06,797 Elvis Presley. 774 01:32:09,467 --> 01:32:12,630 Your favorite food? 775 01:32:13,004 --> 01:32:17,031 Does this mean you'll stop writing novels? 776 01:32:17,242 --> 01:32:19,210 I can't help you out on that. 777 01:32:19,411 --> 01:32:21,675 I couldn't survive if I didn't continue 778 01:32:21,880 --> 01:32:25,646 writing one more line, one more line, one more line... 779 01:32:26,918 --> 01:32:28,886 one more line. 780 01:32:29,855 --> 01:32:31,447 And one more line. 781 01:32:56,646 --> 01:33:02,946 4- Harmony of Pen and Sword 782 01:33:16,434 --> 01:33:18,459 Just follow the plan. 783 01:33:21,206 --> 01:33:23,333 But what if we can't? 784 01:33:23,541 --> 01:33:24,940 Watch me. 785 01:33:25,777 --> 01:33:30,043 If something goes wrong, I'll give you a signal. 786 01:33:31,783 --> 01:33:33,944 Now is the time to be calm. 787 01:33:37,255 --> 01:33:38,517 Let's go. 788 01:33:48,133 --> 01:33:49,532 We're here to see General Mashita. 789 01:33:49,734 --> 01:33:50,860 You have an...? 790 01:33:52,237 --> 01:33:53,727 11:00 a. m. 791 01:33:55,607 --> 01:33:57,632 Ah, Mishima-sensei! 792 01:33:57,842 --> 01:33:59,309 Just a moment. 793 01:34:07,285 --> 01:34:08,252 Go ahead. 794 01:35:15,420 --> 01:35:18,412 Running in the early mist with the members of the Shield Society, 795 01:35:18,623 --> 01:35:24,186 I felt something emerging as slowly as my sweat.: 796 01:35:25,463 --> 01:35:29,695 the ultimate verification of my existence. 797 01:35:33,371 --> 01:35:36,704 Our members were allowed to train in the facilities of the regular army. 798 01:35:36,908 --> 01:35:40,241 I flew in a combat fighter. 799 01:35:41,146 --> 01:35:42,805 These privileges were granted us 800 01:35:42,915 --> 01:35:45,406 because of the symbolic significance of our society. 801 01:35:45,617 --> 01:35:49,951 Even in its present weakened condition, 802 01:35:50,488 --> 01:35:54,185 the army represented the ancient code of the samurai. 803 01:35:54,392 --> 01:36:00,456 It was here, on the stage of Japanese tradition, 804 01:36:00,665 --> 01:36:03,429 that I would conduct my action. 805 01:36:08,740 --> 01:36:10,105 Look at that! 806 01:36:12,377 --> 01:36:16,541 At least he can eat faster than this old man. 807 01:36:17,449 --> 01:36:19,440 All right: Eat! 808 01:36:19,918 --> 01:36:23,319 Hup-two-three-four. 809 01:36:45,009 --> 01:36:46,977 Can't see Fuji at all. 810 01:36:51,316 --> 01:36:54,683 Morita, what do you think? 811 01:36:57,188 --> 01:36:59,452 Their hearts are pure. 812 01:37:04,028 --> 01:37:05,757 Yes. Are they " strong" enough? 813 01:37:20,945 --> 01:37:23,106 Having come to my solution, 814 01:37:23,314 --> 01:37:26,181 I never wavered. 815 01:37:26,584 --> 01:37:29,519 Who knows what others will make of this? 816 01:37:30,555 --> 01:37:33,149 There would be no more rehearsals. 817 01:37:40,431 --> 01:37:42,899 General Mashita is waiting for you. 818 01:38:15,667 --> 01:38:18,192 General, Mishima-sensei is here. 819 01:38:20,538 --> 01:38:22,130 Yes, come right in. 820 01:38:28,479 --> 01:38:30,879 General, good to see you again. 821 01:38:32,150 --> 01:38:33,378 You too. 822 01:38:33,585 --> 01:38:37,544 May I invite some members of the Shield Society to join us? 823 01:38:37,755 --> 01:38:39,245 Certainly. 824 01:38:39,457 --> 01:38:40,685 You don't mind? 825 01:38:43,361 --> 01:38:44,851 Come in. 826 01:38:56,140 --> 01:38:57,630 Please sit down. 827 01:38:57,842 --> 01:39:01,938 We've just finished a maneuver. 828 01:39:02,146 --> 01:39:05,775 These four distinguished themselves. 829 01:39:05,984 --> 01:39:07,508 I see. 830 01:39:07,719 --> 01:39:09,983 I wanted them 831 01:39:10,188 --> 01:39:13,214 to have the honor of meeting you. 832 01:39:13,424 --> 01:39:15,790 That's why we're in uniform. 833 01:39:17,262 --> 01:39:18,229 Please sit down. 834 01:39:28,773 --> 01:39:30,798 Your new uniforms 835 01:39:31,009 --> 01:39:32,374 are very handsome. 836 01:39:32,577 --> 01:39:34,738 Really splendid. 837 01:39:35,380 --> 01:39:37,245 Who designed them? You? 838 01:39:37,448 --> 01:39:40,611 Yes - with some help from De Gaulle's tailor. 839 01:39:49,294 --> 01:39:50,852 Is that real? 840 01:39:51,829 --> 01:39:53,126 Yes. 841 01:39:53,331 --> 01:39:56,767 Is it all right to carry it around like that? 842 01:39:56,968 --> 01:39:59,198 I have a permit. 843 01:39:59,404 --> 01:40:02,965 It's a certified antique, made in 1620 by Seki-no-Magoroku. 844 01:40:03,174 --> 01:40:05,734 Would you like to see it? - By all means. 845 01:40:26,264 --> 01:40:28,391 Magnificent. 846 01:40:31,636 --> 01:40:34,628 As I expected, it has the wave pattern. 847 01:40:35,206 --> 01:40:37,003 You must be an expert. 848 01:40:37,342 --> 01:40:39,242 Wonderful. 849 01:40:39,977 --> 01:40:42,571 It's hard to see through the oil. 850 01:40:46,017 --> 01:40:47,882 Polishing cloth. 851 01:40:48,953 --> 01:40:50,980 There's a cloth over here. 852 01:41:07,472 --> 01:41:09,440 A true museum piece. 853 01:41:21,886 --> 01:41:23,517 The cloth. 854 01:41:29,694 --> 01:41:31,423 Stop joking around! 855 01:41:33,164 --> 01:41:36,622 Be quiet and you won't be injured. 856 01:41:59,290 --> 01:42:01,315 Barricade the doors. Quick! 857 01:42:38,663 --> 01:42:40,255 Put your hachimaki on. 858 01:42:57,148 --> 01:42:58,945 Remove the gag. 859 01:43:04,689 --> 01:43:07,021 If this is a demonstration 860 01:43:07,125 --> 01:43:10,155 of commando tactics, it's gone far enough. 861 01:43:16,067 --> 01:43:19,002 Tell the garrison to assemble out front 862 01:43:19,203 --> 01:43:21,262 to hear a speech. 863 01:43:23,341 --> 01:43:25,002 Are you serious? 864 01:43:25,576 --> 01:43:27,207 Are you crazy? 865 01:43:28,479 --> 01:43:32,506 If you do, we will surrender our weapons after the speech. 866 01:43:32,617 --> 01:43:34,375 Stop playacting. 867 01:43:34,485 --> 01:43:37,477 I can't approve a speech until I've read it. 868 01:43:37,955 --> 01:43:41,755 If you try to stop us, I will kill you and commit seppuku. 869 01:43:42,126 --> 01:43:43,923 This is madness. 870 01:43:44,495 --> 01:43:46,292 What will you gain? 871 01:43:46,497 --> 01:43:48,795 Order your officers to obey. 872 01:43:52,470 --> 01:43:53,994 These are our demands. 873 01:43:54,872 --> 01:43:57,602 " One: The men of the 32nd garrison 874 01:43:57,808 --> 01:43:59,241 will be assembled 875 01:43:59,810 --> 01:44:02,643 at 11:30 a. m. 876 01:44:02,847 --> 01:44:07,079 Two: Commander Mishima will address the garrison. " 877 01:44:33,978 --> 01:44:34,842 Out! 878 01:44:35,379 --> 01:44:36,978 Get out! 879 01:44:42,720 --> 01:44:44,984 Release the general! 880 01:44:49,827 --> 01:44:51,260 Who's in charge? 881 01:44:51,462 --> 01:44:53,089 Who's in command? 882 01:44:53,297 --> 01:44:56,494 I am the colonel. Let me see the general. 883 01:44:57,001 --> 01:44:58,992 Listen to our demands. 884 01:45:02,039 --> 01:45:04,030 I guarantee the general's safety. 885 01:45:04,942 --> 01:45:06,809 Let's talk this over. 886 01:45:07,912 --> 01:45:10,005 There's nothing to talk about! 887 01:45:12,750 --> 01:45:16,550 One: The men of the 32nd garrison will be assembled 888 01:45:16,754 --> 01:45:19,552 in front of headquarters at 11:30 a. m. 889 01:45:19,757 --> 01:45:22,658 Two: Commander Mishima will address the garrison. 890 01:45:22,860 --> 01:45:24,384 Three: The garrison 891 01:45:24,595 --> 01:45:27,428 will attend the speech in silence. 892 01:45:27,632 --> 01:45:29,361 We agree. 893 01:45:29,834 --> 01:45:31,802 But it's already past 11:30. 894 01:45:32,003 --> 01:45:33,903 When shall they assemble? 895 01:45:36,307 --> 01:45:37,833 Immediately! 896 01:45:46,384 --> 01:45:48,311 Assemble the garrison. 897 01:46:57,321 --> 01:46:59,048 Come out here! 898 01:46:59,323 --> 01:47:01,689 Come down! 899 01:47:03,327 --> 01:47:05,352 The police are everywhere. 900 01:47:05,996 --> 01:47:09,762 Our little drama has attracted quite an audience. 901 01:47:21,278 --> 01:47:23,369 Time for the last act. 902 01:48:05,322 --> 01:48:07,620 Dear soldiers! 903 01:48:07,825 --> 01:48:10,794 It's a terrible affair to have to speak 904 01:48:10,995 --> 01:48:13,555 to army men 905 01:48:13,764 --> 01:48:17,325 in circumstances like these. 906 01:48:17,935 --> 01:48:22,304 I thought that the army was the last hope of Japan, 907 01:48:22,506 --> 01:48:25,703 the last stronghold of the Japanese soul. 908 01:48:26,076 --> 01:48:29,204 But the Japanese people today 909 01:48:29,413 --> 01:48:31,847 think only of money. 910 01:48:32,049 --> 01:48:33,607 Where is our national spirit? 911 01:48:35,719 --> 01:48:37,346 We thought the army 912 01:48:37,555 --> 01:48:39,623 was the soul of national honor! 913 01:48:39,723 --> 01:48:42,351 The nation has no spiritual foundation. 914 01:48:42,560 --> 01:48:47,725 What will you do when you are just a big soulless arsenal? 915 01:48:50,768 --> 01:48:53,601 The politicians care nothing for Japan. 916 01:48:55,573 --> 01:48:57,063 They are greedy for power. 917 01:48:57,274 --> 01:49:00,175 The army must be the soul of Japan! 918 01:49:08,719 --> 01:49:10,880 Listen! Listen! 919 01:49:20,197 --> 01:49:22,358 Never in physical action 920 01:49:22,566 --> 01:49:25,660 had I discovered the chilling satisfaction of words. 921 01:49:28,339 --> 01:49:30,773 Never in words had I experienced 922 01:49:30,975 --> 01:49:34,240 the hot darkness of action. 923 01:49:36,413 --> 01:49:38,881 Somewhere there must be a higher principle 924 01:49:38,982 --> 01:49:41,473 which reconciles art and action. 925 01:49:47,258 --> 01:49:50,659 That principle, it occurred to me, was death. 926 01:49:51,629 --> 01:49:53,859 The vast upper atmosphere, where there is no oxygen, 927 01:49:54,064 --> 01:49:56,362 is surrounded with death. 928 01:49:58,002 --> 01:50:02,439 To survive in this atmosphere, man, like an actor, must wear a mask. 929 01:50:04,909 --> 01:50:07,036 Flying at 45,000 feet, 930 01:50:07,244 --> 01:50:14,013 the silver phallus of the fuselage floated in sunlight. 931 01:50:16,487 --> 01:50:19,047 My mind was at ease, 932 01:50:19,256 --> 01:50:21,816 my thought process lively. 933 01:50:22,026 --> 01:50:25,325 No movement, no sound, 934 01:50:25,529 --> 01:50:27,121 no memories. 935 01:50:30,301 --> 01:50:33,202 The closed cockpit 936 01:50:33,404 --> 01:50:34,564 and outer space 937 01:50:34,772 --> 01:50:38,674 were like the spirit and body of the same being. 938 01:50:39,276 --> 01:50:42,507 Here I saw the outcome 939 01:50:42,713 --> 01:50:46,410 of my final action. 940 01:50:46,617 --> 01:50:51,145 In this stillness was a beauty beyond words. 941 01:50:51,355 --> 01:50:55,849 No more body or spirit, 942 01:50:56,060 --> 01:50:58,028 pen or sword, 943 01:50:58,228 --> 01:50:59,889 male or female. 944 01:51:02,333 --> 01:51:05,996 Then I saw a giant circle coiled around the earth, 945 01:51:06,203 --> 01:51:09,331 a ring that resolved all contradictions, a ring vaster than death, 946 01:51:09,540 --> 01:51:12,304 more fragrant than any scent I have ever known. 947 01:51:12,509 --> 01:51:16,605 Here was the moment I had always been seeking. 948 01:51:33,297 --> 01:51:35,026 Are you men? 949 01:51:35,232 --> 01:51:36,859 Are you bushi? 950 01:51:37,201 --> 01:51:38,600 Are you bushi? 951 01:51:50,514 --> 01:51:52,778 I appeal to you! 952 01:51:57,921 --> 01:51:58,888 Listen to me! 953 01:52:02,493 --> 01:52:04,518 Will no one join with me? 954 01:52:04,728 --> 01:52:06,559 No one? 955 01:52:24,148 --> 01:52:27,481 I see you will not rise up. You will do nothing. 956 01:52:28,419 --> 01:52:32,219 I have lost my dream for you. 957 01:52:34,725 --> 01:52:39,662 I will now salute the emperor. 958 01:52:47,838 --> 01:52:50,272 Long live the emperor! 959 01:52:51,141 --> 01:52:53,507 Long live the emperor! 960 01:52:54,344 --> 01:52:56,608 Long live the emperor! 961 01:53:17,367 --> 01:53:19,631 I don't even think they heard me. 962 01:53:41,391 --> 01:53:42,949 Mishima-san, stop! 963 01:53:43,160 --> 01:53:45,360 There's no reason to do it! 964 01:53:48,232 --> 01:53:50,757 I am bound to do this, General. 965 01:53:51,168 --> 01:53:54,569 You must not take responsibility for this. 966 01:54:28,906 --> 01:54:31,336 Stop! Please stop! 967 01:56:46,343 --> 01:56:49,574 " The instant the blade tore open his flesh, the bright disk of the sun 968 01:56:49,780 --> 01:56:52,248 soared up behind his eyelids and exploded, 969 01:56:52,449 --> 01:56:55,481 lighting the sky for an instant. " 970 01:57:52,000 --> 01:57:56,000 Improved & Timing by cycles 68534

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