With every film of his I see, Seijun Suzuki becomes a greater and greater favorite of mine. This is a teen-centered film. Koji Wada stars as a young juvenile delinquent working for criminals in Tokyo when he finds out that his long-lost father has died and he's up for an enormous inheritance. He's taken to the island of Awaji, a very traditional part of Japan, and with his jazz- and rock-fueled buddies, it's a case of West meets East. This is a colorful, rocking flick. In particular, I love the nightclub performance, where a woman sings a song entitled "Little Transistor Chick." I realized that one of the major reasons I love Suzuki is his depiction of the swinging 60s in films such as this, Detective Bureau 2-3: Go to Hell Bastards! (where Jo Shishido sings a musical number) and Tokyo Drifter. Speaking of Tokyo Drifter, the theme song to this one is virtually identical to that one, note for note until the chorus.