PG-13 | | Action, Crime, Thriller
A teenager becomes a major competitor in the world of drift racing after moving in with his father in Tokyo to avoid a jail sentence in America.
During the last chase sequence, a helicopter shot shows a rooftop futsal field. Futsal is a Brazilian cousin of football.
What'd you expect? You didn't just play with fire, you soaked the matches in gasoline.
It's very unlikely for a Japanese high school student to own a car. Japan's driving age is 18, and the age of majority is 20. A high school student would need an adult signature to buy a car, or at least buy the mandatory insurance. Japanese teens who join motorcycle gangs, which are affiliated with organized crime, are often provided with stolen vehicles, which they generally drive without a license. The students depicted in the movie would appear to fit the bill. However, kids in motorcycle gangs usually leave school after ninth grade, the minimum leaving age in Japan, and rarely advance to high school.
$2,277,637 (Australia) (16 June 2006)
$62,514,415 (USA) (7 September 2006)
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