Takeshi: Childhood Days (1990)

Director
Masahiro Shinoda

Main cast
Tetsuya Fujita; Yuji Horioka; Katsuhisa Yamazaki; Noritake Kobinata; Atsuko Koyama

Genres
Drama

Description
A story of childhood life during wartime Japan. Takeshi, the intelligent son of a fisherman, is the schoolyard bully. When his cousin comes to stay with his family to avoid bombing raids, Takeshi at first treats him well, then begins bullying him too. Takeshi eventually loses his position of leadership.


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