Warm Water Under a Red Bridge (Shohei Imamura 2001) CD1
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What's his name?
Taro, if I remember correctly.
We call him Taro,[br]or the "blue tent philosopher."
He always read difficult books.
They'll be here in 5 minutes.
Philosopher they call him.[br]We'd better keep asking.
Poor deVil managed to surViVe[br]the scorching summer.
He was fine[br]the day before yesterday.
Did you get the dole?
I thought he'd last longer.[br]It's quite sad.
There wasn't much for him to liVe[br]for anyway, was there?
Let's haVe a drink.
To the memory of Taro.
Taro asked me for a faVor.
He said he could trust me.
Apparently, many years ago,
he hid something in a house at Noto.
He told you?
That's his raVing.
Is that right?
Is he okay?
Sorry to keep you.
Did you receiVe a[br]superannuation payout?
No, I didn't.[br]The president went missing.
You haVe a family, though?
I did but we had to sell the house.[br]For half its Value.
It's not easy looking for a job,
after being laid off[br]especially at your age.
I don't mind getting a lower salary.
I really need the job.
Thanks for coming. We'll be in touch.
Hello? It's me.
Did you get unemployment relief?
Can you wire it right away?
I'Ve got a lot of bills[br]to meet this month.
Yes, sure. How is Kyohei?
He's fine. Did you find a new job?
No luck yet.[br]I had three interViews last week.
Get one before[br]your insurance runs out.
Otherwise we'll neVer get[br]back to Tokyo.
I know.[br]I'll do my best.
That's a joke. When haVe you[br]eVer done your best?
Don't groVel.[br]Act like a man.
Be sure to wire the money.
Head towards the riVer,
and just before the inlet,[br]you'll find a red bridge.
There's a house beside it.
It's coVered with trumpet flowers.
They're loVely,[br]you'll soon spot them.
Upstairs there's a window[br]oVerlooking the red bridge.
From the other side, the[br]Japan Sea and the Tateyama Range.
You hid it in there?
I didn't hide it.[br]I just forgot to take it with me.
Look, he's wet my gear!
Poor boatmen, they haVe[br]a schedule and a quota to keep.
I stole a gold Buddhist statue[br]from a Kyoto temple.
I hid it in a pot.
Why were you down there?
It was just after the war, all my
family had died in the air raids.
I was in shock.
I roamed around, stealing to get by.
Then I hightailed it out of Kyoto.
I went down to the end of[br]the Noto Peninsula.
I stayed at that house for a month.
You neVer went back for it?
One thing led to another[br]and I neVer did go back.
I can't stay in one place[br]for too long.
I didn't think the house[br]would'Ve surViVed.
But a pal was down there fiVe[br]years ago and he said he saw it.
It sounds like a noVel.
Why don't you go get it[br]in place of me?
You can keep it.
It'll easily sell for[br]oVer a million yen.
All I want is to know how it was.
Please do it for me.
Good.[br]We'Ve got a deal.
Warm Water[br]Under A Red Bridge
KaZuo Kitamura[br]Mitsuko Baisho
ExecutiVe Producer[br]Masaya Nakamura
Original Story by[br]Yo Henmi
Screenplay by Motofumi Togawa[br]Daisuke Tengan, Shohei lmamura
General Producer[br]Naoto Sarukawa
Music by Shinichiro lkebe[br]Editing by Hajime Okayasu
Production Design by Hisao Inagaki[br]Photography by Shigeru Komatsubara
Lighting by Hideaki Yamakawa[br]Recording by Kenichi Benitani
Produced by[br]Hisa lino
Directed by[br]Shohei lmamura
Excuse me,[br]is there a red bridge around here?
Go down that way,[br]you'll see it oVer the riVer.
I see.[br]Thank you.
Excuse me.[br]Perhaps you can help me.
I'm looking for[br]a red bridge near here.
This way?[br]Thank you Very much.
The red bridge!
...it's still here!
I'm going shopping.
Wait! The boxed lunch.
I don't want it.
Sorry.[br]I tried the bell...
May I help you?
Grandma.[br]You really shouldn't smoke in here.
It's too dangerous in here.
I think this is yours.
I found it at the supermarket,[br]but you droVe off.
I saw the car outside,[br]so I thought maybe you liVed here.
She gaVe me this fortune prophesy,[br]"Luck cometh!"
Would you like some cheese?
Come on up.
The upstairs windows.
One of them oVerlooks the red bridge.
From the other side[br]of the house you can see
the Tateyama Range across the Japan Sea.
I'm here from Tokyo.
I'm on Vacation.
Kind of a delayed summer Vacation.
Utensils for making Japanese cakes.
You would'Ve seen more downstairs.
The shop was quite prosperous.
Until Grandma became senile.
A few kind tea master[br]still order from us.
Somehow we get by.
European peppered cheese.
This is the cheese. The one you saw.
They mix cream[br]and pepper into goat's milk,
then some pine nuts and paprika.
I think these little crimson spots[br]are red peppers.
Do you do that all the time?
I think it would go Very well with ice.
You saw me shoplift the cheese.
Then you saw the puddle of water.
You must neVer tell anyone...
...about the water.
It's so embarrassing.
It's cold, hot, and it feels so good.
It's welling up.
Grandma is downstairs...
I'm so ashamed.
It's neVer felt so good.
Here it comes.
They'll soon dry out.[br]It's not like it's urine.
Honestly,[br]I'Ve neVer Vented so much before.
A first for me, too.
I bet it was a shock.
It was so unexpected.
The supermarket?[br]Same thing?
It wells up inside me.
Until I become full.
I can feel it.
All the way up to here.
When you fill up like that,[br]then you shoplift?
Yes, I can't stop myself.[br]I haVe to do something wicked.
All of them?
You shoplifted all this?
But I'Ve eaten all the cheese.
These foibles of mine,
do they disgust you?
Not at all.
How can I put it?
More surprised, I suppose.
But still,[br]I'm a perfect stranger.
What if I were a crook?
I know you're not.
How can you be so sure?
Grandma neVer giVes bad people[br]her fortune predictions.
You just said she was senile.
She still thinks the local shrine[br]is paying her to write them.
She writes until she[br]drops from exhaustion.
She's amaZingly accurate.
Mine said,[br]"Good will come."
I'Ve been "unlucky" for ages,
but now I'm "for the better."
Your pants are dry.
I got another one.
It's got some pull.
He's scaring the fish away.
Who is he, anyway?
An athlete at that punk college.
I knew that!
The training shows.[br]See how well he casts.
No need to be so impressed.
He should know the rules here.
You go tell him.
You're the oldest.
You're always boasting[br]about going to America.
But at the moment, the enemy[br]is not American, he's African.
That's a good haul.
Some big ones.
How many times you[br]gotta be told?
You can't use a net here.
I don't understand Japanese.
You gotta pay to use a net here.
They giVe you Africans[br]athletic scholarships.
But they don't feed you properly![br]How are you going to win?
Better go back to Africa.
He came all the way from Africa,[br]let him haVe a few fish.
I'll pay for him,[br]if it's not too expensiVe.
And how much do you reckon?
No fighting with outsiders.
You listen up![br]We got rules around here.
We stock this riVer with fingerlings.[br]It costs money!!
LeaVe him be.
Women should shut up!
What are you doing here?
I just thought this was a good[br]place to stay.
Looking for work?
You'Ve got a good body.
But no cash.
One of our pals is in hospital,[br]it's his liVer.
Picked it up from some slut.
You know, hepatitis C or B.[br]I'm buggered if I know.
He went all yellow, like a banana.
That's 'cause she was a student.
They're the most dangerous.
Anyway, we're short a man.[br]You want to try?
I'Ve neVer done it before.
We use fixed nets.[br]It's like factory work.
We urgently need a man.
It's for two or three weeks[br]at the most.
You'Ve got 30 seconds.[br]We're going to karaoke.
If I pass muster.
Good. I'll talk to the boss.
He's my old man.
No place to stay?
There's one place, a dump,[br]the food sucks, no clients.
The Badger Inn?
But it sure is cheap! C'mon.
Tomorrow at 3 a.m.[br]Don't be late.
Why did you hire him?
You didn't notice?
He showed sympathy for that African.
People like that[br]tend to be serious workers.
Are you serious?
But he sure is handsome.
You eVer cheat on me again[br]and you're dead!
Watch the road!
What?[br]Are you hungry already?
That man who came today?
He won't come back.[br]He's from Tokyo.
I'm so embarrassed.
It's neVer been like this before.
Dinner's ready.[br]Are you coming?
Are you a friend of AiZawa's?
By the red bridge.[br]The place with that monster bird.
They used to be confectioners.
They made good sweets.
I'm not a friend,[br]I just dropped by.
After she went senile,[br]that youngster moVed in.
Are they related?
I don't know.[br]It's none of our business.
The old lady liVed alone there[br]for a long time.
It's not hot enough.[br]No taste, it's gone all yellow.
Hang on. Horse radish.[br]Where did it get to?
Horse radish powder...?
Swill, isn't it?
I'Ve put up with her cooking[br]for 35 years.
It's been hell.
What was that?
Here you are.
It's freeZing out.
It's started snowing,[br]no wonder it's cold.
The factory next door made[br]another offer for the house.
Don't worry.[br]We'll not sell it.
What are you doing?
Aren't you eating?
God, can she giVe her reVelations[br]after dinner?
You'Ve made such a mess.
First winter snow[br]Trumpet flowers bloom unseasonally
Third of NoVember
The food sucks, doesn't it?
I got it down.
Just go easy.[br]You'll get used to it.
Take a rest.
No, I'm okay.
He's the spitting image.
I told you, didn't I?
But don't tell him.[br]It'd inVite bad luck.
Net fishing strictly prohibited
Good work there, Ramin.
We'll get you in the[br]Biwako Marathon!
You can run all the way there!
That'd giVe you an appetite,[br]wouldn't it?
Nothing spurs you on[br]like an empty belly.
Better you don't.
Don't take it.[br]EVeryone will see you do it.
I only came to look.
I Vented so much. I'll be fine for a while.
Why are you here?
I'm helping the fisherman.
I started today.[br]I'll be staying around for a while.
Would you mind haVing[br]lunch with me?
I haVe to run an errand before noon.
But I'Ve got time for tea[br]at my place first.
I won't be long. Can you wait?
There are so many kinds of sweets
but it's the water that makes[br]them special.
Good water is a must.
But I ended up with more than[br]my fair share.
As long as you don't steal.
Only the stealing?
If you don't do wicked things,[br]I prefer more water to less.
I don't know how to explain it,[br]but that's what I like.
If you weren't a good man,[br]I'd stab you to death.
See the mullet!
This is where the riVer meets the sea.
That mixture attracts the fish.
Mullet, sea bass, parrot fish.
Maybe it's just good water.
HaVe you had it looked at?
Looked at what?
The water thing.
I did see a doctor once.[br]He didn't belieVe me.
I can see why.
No one knows how much[br]I suffer when it happens.
Promise me you'll stop stealing.
If it does happen again,
I could help out.
Look at the time!
I'll go make sweets[br]for your work mates.
Those fishermen loVe sweets!
There's a closet off the room[br]with a View of the red bridge.
I put it inside a cheap pot[br]and stuffed it up the back.
I'm looking for the toilet.
Use the one downstairs.
Is that you?
Did you wire the money?
Sorry, I'Ve been busy.
We need it as soon as possible.
I'm not in Tokyo now.
Where are you?
In Toyama.[br]I'm at a friend's funeral.
That's all well and good,[br]but still...
I'll wire you half right away.[br]I'll send the rest from Tokyo.
I don't haVe much choice.[br]But don't let me down.
Here's your change from[br]the wire transfer.
Thank you Very much.
Come to Africa.[br]There are no loans and no lay offs
You can fish the riVers.
As a runner, I burn a lot of sugar.
Thanks for the sweets.
Our craZy coach allows only[br]water when training.
Japanese are not scientific.
Why did you come to Japan?
I haVe three wiVes.
Then I haVe...
No, thirteen children.
I couldn't afford to feed them.
I'm going to run in the next Olympics.
I'll go home with a medal.
In 10 years I'll be president.
I'll appoint you as a minister.
I'll hold you to it.
Then I'll slaughter[br]all the other tribes.
Chop off their heads, freeZe 'em,[br]then haVe 'em for breakfast.
It's just a joke. An African joke.
What the hell's going on?
See you, Minister.
It's a rare medical text.
Compiled from Chinese originals[br]1000 years ago.
The originals are all gone,[br]scattered all oVer China.
That Volume is a sex manual.
EVer heard of the Indian Kama Sutra?
Yes, I haVe. The one about sex.
What's the blue tent philosopher[br]up to now?
It's also instructional.
This was written by the[br]ancient Roman poet, OVid.
"Amores" or "LoVes."
Man's been a lecher[br]all through history.
The ruling class neVer had[br]to worry about surViVal.
They could deVote all their energies[br]to food and sex.
You know why?
They had nothing else to do?
No. Because that's been the[br]ideal life from ancient times.
SqueeZe what they could[br]from the peasants.
Then enjoy a degenerate life.[br]Does it make you enVious?
I can't eVen imagine it.
People today are all sick.
Too learned to honestly admit[br]to their desires.
You must like sex, too?
Forget all the triVialities[br]and throw yourself into lasciViousness.
Easy to say,[br]but I don't haVe the energy.
What about you?
What about me?
I couldn't deVote myself to lechery.
Too late for me.[br]I can't get a hard-on.
Look, eVerything else aside, enjoy life
while you can still get a hard-on.
It's no laughing matter.[br]Be serious about it.
Dirty old man.
Getting used to it?
Yes.[br]It's my 6th day today.
You learn fast.
What did you do?[br]Before your company went bankrupt.
A firm of architects.
So you graduated college?[br]You must be an intellectual.
I was in sales, I had to bow[br]and scrape to eVeryone.
That's why you're so humble.
You haVen't said "no" once.
I doubt that.
Your type ends up regretting.
You haVe no criminal record.
That worries my Dad.
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