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ESC to close 3.13 (by 67 users)fly, daddy, fly
  • 2005
  • film
  • Japan

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Titleinterface

romanized fly, daddy, fly
native
aka furai, dadi, furai

Based On

based on book
title fly, daddy, fly (フライ,ダディ,フライ)
author Kaneshiro Kazuki (金城一紀)

Genres

genres comedy, drama, family

Language

language Japanese

Production

country Japan
type real
format film

Release

date 09 Jul, 2005
duration 121 minutes
status released

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avg. score 3.13 of 5 by 67 users
total users 137
rating 210

Relations

fly daddy
2006 film kr
same setting

Synopsis

Suzuki Hajime is a normal business man, until one day his daughter gets brutally beaten up by the son of a rich politician, who doesn't seem to show any sign of regret. The father plans to stab the culprit, but ends up in the wrong school, where he meets the young Korean Japanese Park Sun Shin and his friends. All delinquents and drop outs, they are willing to teach the weak Suzuki how to fight and revenge his daughter. During the hard training Sun Shin, who has a traumatising past as well, and Suzuki become close friends and slowly start to learn their own lessons from one another.

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Park Sun Sin
main
Suzuki Hajime
main
Suzuki Yuuko
supporting
Minakata
supporting
Ishihara Yuusuke
supporting
Suzuki Haruka
supporting

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Comments

malickaneya 14 Apr, 2016
Wow, this film had such a great atmosphere. I enjoyed this version much more than the Korean remake.^^ This one was filmed in summer and has more nature in it, and we can clearly see why it is called Fly, daddy fly. :-)

I don´t know how to explain it but the story is more Japanese-like (if that makes any sense), so that may be why the Korean version seemed a little awkward to me when I first watched it (long time ago). I also liked the background of the student protagonist better in this one. However the scenes with running alongside the bus and the whole training process is priceless in both versions. xD I am certainly not saying that one version is better than the other....it is just that this one suits my tastes better.

I usually never watch another version of something I have already seen but since I know from my experience that anything with Okada always turn out to be to my taste, I made an exception, so I decided to give Fly, Daddy, Fly another chance
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