At first, Oyabun (Daisaku Oona) came out from prison with Taro who can make bomb somehow. Then Oyabun is going back to his home, office of his yakuza group. But surprisedly his yakuza has been changed to a company, and the boss is Yato Yasaburo and he joined the election for municipal. Therefore Oyabun got angry to him, then try to kill him by fountain pen which made by Taro. Anfortunately this bomb went around many people who related to Oyabun, so he and Taro should have run to help them from it. —aa-kihachi-bakudan.blogspot.com
Kihachi Okamoto (岡本 喜八 Okamoto Kihachi?, February 17, 1924–February 19, 2005) was a Japanese film director who has worked in several different genres, including jidaigeki.
Born in Yonago, Okamoto attended Meiji University, but was drafted in 1943 and entered World War II during its most difficult hours, an experience that had a profound effect on his later film work, one third of which dealt with war. Finally graduating after the war, he entered the Toho studies in 1947 and worked as an assistant under such directors as Mikio Naruse, Masahiro Makino, Ishirō Honda, and Senkichi Taniguchi. He made his debut as a director in 1958 with All About Marriage.
Okamoto directed almost 40 films and wrote the scripts for at least 24, in a career that spanned almost six decades. He worked in a variety of genres, but most memorably in action genres such as the jidaigeki and war films. But he was known for throwing “curve balls”, or making films with a twist. Inspired to become a filmmaker… read more