Good for nothing


Hierarchical and aggressive youngsters playing tough guys; an indulgent and chubby father, powerful CEO, who is afraid of his own spoiled teenage son; the boss’ secretary, in love with a good-hearted but pusillanimous Japanese good-for-nothing resentful young man, thinking she can redeem him;  a mature office worker, picking up company girls to bear everyday’s tedium. There is room for all of them in this black and white theatrical depiction of the Japan of the 60’s, Yoshida’s first film.

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