Charismatic singer Yujiro Ishihara stars as a young ruffian aspiring to be a drummer in Tokyo’s Ginza jazz world. Little known internationally, director Umetsugu Inoue’s The Stormy Man was one of Japan’s biggest hits of the late 1950s. Young audiences cheered to Ishihara’s lyrics “Ore wa dorama, yakuza na dorama” (“I’m a drummer, a no-good drummer!”).

Two other films by Umetsugu Inoue screen on June 29 & 30! Learn more. 

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Tickets for The Stormy Man (a.k.a. The Man Who Started a Storm)
Saturday, June 23, 2018 7 p.m.

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Director
Umetsugu Inoue
Released
1957
Language
Japanese with English subtitles
Country
Japan
Running Time
101 minutes
Format
Digital, Color