Futatsume no mado (2014) Script

The police say to stay back.

Is it a tourist?

I wonder what happened.

The police are here.

What do you think?

The waves are so high.

Especially with the typhoon coming.

He wasn't breathing when they found him.

So they tried CPR.

Is this a criminal case? Or an accident?

An accident?

It was probably an accident.

There aren't many crimes here.

But there are many accidents on the island.

I wonder what happened.

There aren't many crimes on the island.

Yesterday, I was waiting for you.

Don't look at me like that.


Wait right there! Fix your shirt!

Wait! Tuck in your shirt!

Was it a drowning?

It wasn't an accident. It wasn't a drowning?

There are a lot of surfers.

A surfing accident?

But they say it was a naked man.

The morning greeting!

Stand up straight.

To the left of your desk.

All right, good.

Good morning, teacher!

Good morning.

Earlier this morning, a police officer came to the school.

It seems that a corpse was found on the Yoan beach.

We don't know yet if it was an accident or foul play.

They're investigating now.

Swimming is prohibited for the duration of the investigation.

Please stay away from the site.

Don't go have a look, out of curiosity.

I'm not saying you can't have fun, but please be careful.


Kaito: I'm off to work. Mother


Hello?

Did you eat?

I'll be late tonight Will you be OK?

I cooked some rice.

There's curry in the fridge, so warm it up.

Are you there?

I've got to get back to work.


Uncle Kame!

Is that Kyoko?

How are you?

I'm good.

Great.

You went in the sea again, with your clothes on?

What are you doing?

Aren't you afraid?

I'm not afraid.

Swimming is prohibited

See you later, Uncle Kame.


Heading home?

You have your bike?

Give me a ride.

What is it?

Cause I'm wet?

I don't care.

You don't have to.

I know.

Take my bag OK?


Hello!


Thanks.

I'll change. Wait for me in the café.


I'm home.


Thanks for waiting.

I'm home. Hi.

Eat something?

How about some pasta? Sure.

With lots of octopus.

A large portion for Kaito.

Gotcha!

He could skip the wink.


My mother's not doing well.

The doctor told us the other day.

Why is it that people are born and die?

I don't know.

There's no reason.

But your mother is a shaman, right?

Yes, she is.

Aren't shamans like gods?

She won't die.

Here you go.

The fishing was great yesterday.

Take some fish home with you.

Here you go.

Father, is Mother going to die?

Maybe.

The doctor said she's going to die.

As with serenity, so with sorrow.

Neither one can be measured.

I myself will enter to observe the depths of the heart.

As long as this world, as long as bodies and countries exist, from every corner of the earth, in every realm, allow me, this child of god, to see and overlook nothing.

Gods are gods, men are men.

Whosoever it is, I will serve them.

I thank you.

Are you really going to leave me?

I must go to an island afar.

I must leave you behind.

But surely I will remember you, and I'll come-back to you.

Surely, I'll come back to you.

I am trying...

but I cannot understand my mother's suffering.

After she dies, I can't see her.

I can't feel her warmth.

That's right.

It's just as you say. Because there is no body.

That's exactly as you say, it's true.

But her thoughts remain in this world.

Her thoughts exist here.

Your mother's thoughts fill up the world.

So... there's no physical warmth, but there's the warmth of the heart.

The warmth of the heart is still there inside your heart.

That's not enough.

Sorry.

You were here?

How are you feeling?

It won't be long now.

I want to go home.

This morning,

I went over...

to your shrine.

And there, I was surprised to find the chief shaman from Sani.

You went to the shrine?

Really?

I'm sorry.

You must have hated it, that your mother was a shaman.

It used to bother me.

As a shaman, I'm on the threshold between the gods and humans.

So for me, dying is not at all frightening.

Because I know...

the place where the gods are.

I'm not afraid.

Your mother's life...

is already and always will be

intertwined with your life.

It's no longer my life alone.

It's always intertwined with your life.

And when you give birth to someone, when you have a baby, it will be intertwined too.

That's why I'm not afraid.

It's all right.

They say, in the mainland,

when people get sick,

they still want to live as long as possible.

Can you imagine?


Why are you here?

Are you OK?

Let's go.


You know something.

About what?

About that corpse found in the water.

I don't know anything.

I won't tell anyone.

I said I don't know.

You really don't know? I don't, I told you.

Why don't you try surfing?

My father said you should get in the sea.

The sea is scary.

The sea... it's alive.

I'm a living thing, too.

My father told me, when you're surfing... he's only felt this rarely, but there are moments when you feel like you become one with the sea.

It's way too big for that.

I thought that's like sex.

Sex!


Let's go.

G'night.

Kaito...

I love you.

Thanks.

And you?

I love you.

Good night.

See you tomorrow.


Kaito!

Are you all right?

Mom...

Can I go see Dad?

If you want.

When?

This weekend.

All right.

I understand.

There are things a woman doesn't get.

I've got to go.

I'll get you a ticket.

Thanks.


OK...

Let's see, I want her to be able to look at the tree.

The pillar's in the way.

A little more this way.

Her head will be here.

That's a giant banyan.

It's 400 or 500 years old.

Ah, they're here.

Welcome home.

Are you all right?

I'm fine.

I'll take the bag, Kyoko.

Thanks.


We can't see it.

But your mom, I think she sees something.


Your mom always loved to flop here and look up into the banyan from below.

Flop? For sure.

It feels great, to flop down here and look straight up.

Flop? That's right.

Like this?

Are you OK?

Feels good, doesn't it?

She's still a baby.

Still a baby, in a big body.

She's still a child.

The weather is terrific today.

You too?

I feel left out. Isn't there someone I can lie on?

I'm on my own, self-service.

Lucky you, the two of you. You look comfortable.


Hello.

Hello.

You're Atsushi's son? Yes.

How old are you? 16.

So, you're in your first year of high school?

Great.

Relax now, have a seat.

Give me your backpack.

This is it.

Awesome.

Yes, this is Atsu's Tattoos.

A dragon?

Do you have a drawing?

Or would you leave that to us?

Well, then, the way we do things is to sit down and meet with you first.

After we've talked it through, we can go ahead.

Will that be all right?

Good, then, how about next week, on Wednesday...

You have our address?

Good, why don't you come at 12?

Thanks, we'll see you then.


You look like something's bugging you.

What is it?

Dad...

why did you split with Mom?

You get right to the point, don't you?

I met Misaki...

You know, it's a strange thing,

you don't know about a person.

Until you meet them.

We ran into each other on the street.

I noticed her, but then it happened three times in one day.

That was amazing.

This is fate! I convinced myself of it.

And then, in a very one-sided way, I fell in love with her.

If it was fate, I don't see how you could split up.

I wouldn't call that fate.

Absolutely not.

Shouldn't you be together forever, if you were fated to fall in love?

I don't want to whitewash this,

but what is it?

When we're apart, that's when I feel we're together.

And that's good enough?

I thought it was a fate that would send me soaring,

but now I think of it as a kind of fate that means something over a longer span.

But anyway, Kaito,

you... and I... are father and son.

That'll never change.

Yeah, that's true.

It is.

Hey, our food's getting cold.

How is it?

It's heavily seasoned.

It's pub food.

Of course it's rich.

Y'know... what I really want to do is to paint.

You don't have to be here for that.

Here, in Tokyo?

There's energy here in Tokyo that you can't find elsewhere.

There's a kind of warmth that you only find in Tokyo.

Not that I've traveled all around the world, but here in Tokyo... it's not anything physical, that's not what I mean.

But I sense a kind of abundance.

I still sense that.

I'm always busy, it tires me out, time just passes quickly.

But even so, it's a city that boosts my desire to express myself.

Let's go!

Wait, I'm out of breath.

Pull me up.

What's with you?

A video game center.

Want to stop in?

I'm alive!

I want to hit another pub.

Where?

Four more years.

One more beer.

In four more years, you can drink.

You need to sweat over it.

You'll work it out.

It's not easy, but it's really simple.

Do like this, put your hand to your chest, think hard.

What feels good is the best choice.

It's amazing, you look just like Misaki.


Kaito: Watch over your mother, and protect her.

A man-to-man promise. Atsushi


Take a bath, OK?

I'll be at work until tonight.

See you later.


What are you doing?

You're heavy.

You're heavy, I said.

You're heavy.

That's dangerous. Why'd you do that?

Are you all right?

Do you hurt somewhere?

Hurt?

My heart.


The other day... that typhoon hit us hard.

It brought in lots of gravel.

When you get old, you try not to be too much of a burden.

You hold back,

so you avoid making people feel bad, y'know.

That's noble.

I couldn't do that.

What's noble about it?

I'm just a coward.

You young people should never be cowards.

Whatever you want to do, do it.

What you want to say, say it.

When you want to cry, cry.

The old ones like me will pick up the pieces.

We'll cover you.


Kyoko.

You think... people aren't going to die, don't you?

But in fact, people do die.

Everyone dies.

But Kyoko's mother, she's like a god.

The gods, they die too.


Kaito, grab on below.


How long will it take?


The spirit...

has left.


The sea is calm today.

After noon, the autumn breeze will blow.


Tokuko?

Is that you, Kyoko?

For a moment, I mistook you for your great-grandmother.

You really... look like her.

She was tall like you,

with fine features.

She was a real beauty.

Whenever I go to sea, when I go to the hills,

when I go to the fields, I always see her.

Your great-grandmother is very pleased to see you grow into a young woman.


That Kaito... he was leading the goat.

The goat sensed it and refused to budge.

So I shouted, "Kaito, whip some butt!"

And what did he do, he slapped my butt!

Well, Kaito's a Tokyo boy.

He just has no guts.

I offer to teach him to surf, but he never comes by.

Maybe he can't swim.

He swims in a pool.

He doesn't like the sea. The sea...

What did he say?

It's sticky. See?

Ha!

It's sticky.

And also, you never know what's in the sea.

It makes him queasy.

He's a delicate kid.

He's got no spine.

What, you talk about your boyfriend like that?

Huh?

He's not your boyfriend? You've been seen together a lot.

By whom?

Well...

What?

It's true.

Really?

What?

What, you too?

I like that type of man.

You're kidding.

He's very nice.

He has character and is very quiet.

His mind is just empty.

The more you criticize, the more suspect you are.

What do you mean?

So fishy, smiling like that. I'm not.

Really, I'm not.

But you have been seen together.

On a bicycle... riding double.

We don't! You don't?

How far have you gone?

On the bicycle, of course.

So fishy...

You're blushing. No way!

It's so pretty. Look.


Listen now To the song of the morning glory

(Yoisa, yoisa)

(Yoisa, yoi yoi)

The song begins With this The song Of the morning glory

Listen now It's been a long time Since last I saw you Flowers, flowers Orange flowers If I see you now When will it be When will it be That I see you again?

I blew it. I was starting to feel good.

Your dancing... you're out of step.

That's mastery. It's the mark of skill.

Skill? The mark of skill.

The mark of skill?

You just don't understand yet.

You're just talking.

You've gotten good.

You play well.

What are you up to?

I just wanted to hear your voice.

Shall we get together earlier?

That's OK.

I got my hair cut. What do you think?

My hair. I sent you a photo.

Thanks.

That makes me happy.

Now? I was thinking about dinner.

I can't today.

He'll be home soon.

Yeah, he'll be coming home.

I want to see you.

That was fun the other day.

The food was delicious, let's go again.


Kaito: You stay out too late. I'm off to work. Mother


Kyoko...

Mother...

Are you awake?

Are you awake, Mother?

Are you thirsty? Do you want a drink?

Isa?

Ikyun Nya...

What did you say?

I want to hear Ikyun Nyakana.

Ikyun Nyakana. Ikyun Nyakana?

She wants to hear Ikyun Nyakana.

Can anybody sing Ikyun Nyakana?

Kazuro, you can sing it, can't you?

Shall I sing it?

Kazuro, please do.

Thank you.

Kyoko, bring the sanshin.

I'll sing it for your mother.

Thank you.


Do you really have to go?

Are you going, leaving me behind?

What shall I do, once you are gone?

It pains the one who leaves as well.

Do you really have to go?

I must go to an island afar.

A thousand years ten thousand years, I wanted to live long, I wanted to live.

Your mother is feeling good, isn't she?

The music is making her happy.

Thank you.

Well, then, shall we dance the August dance?

Sure, that's a good idea.

We'll all dance the August dance. Watch us.

Everyone, we'll dance together.

Dance together.


She can hear the singing.

She hears. And the dancing is good.


Isa... did you hear?

Did you hear the singing? And the dancing was good.

Shall we dance all 6 verses?

Let's dance them all together.

Isa, dance together with us.


Kyoko...

I am happy.

Happy.

Thank you.


Mother has come for me.

Mother...


Kaito...

let's make love.

No.

Why not?

You don't want to?

Then, why?

I don't know.


What's up?

What's wrong?

This room is hot.

What is it?

I said, stop that!

Mom, you, how can you be with men other than Dad?

It's unnatural.

Right?

Being with so many men, they call that lechery.

You never get enough.

At your age, it's disgusting.

Stop!

What are you doing here?

Don't talk to her like that. None of your business.

It is too. No, it's not.

It is!

What's with you?

I don't understand women!

Why do you act like you know everything?

I don't get it. Not at all.

I don't understand either.

I don't understand, but...

What?

If I still care about someone,

if I want to be with him more,

if I try to mend things, it's because I will it!

You end up

all tied up in knots,

because you have no will.

You...

You don't know!

Don't act like you do!

Remember?

That man who was found drowned, he was my mother's lover.

What?

I saw them.


I saw them together.

You're wrong.

I saw you.

That man died, and you found another lover right away.

I don't get it.

I don't get it.


We are unable to record a message at this time.


The number you have called is not responding.

This is the Native Sea Inn.

Due to the effects of Typhoon 25, the restaurant and hotel have suspended operations.


Mother!

Where are you?

Kaito!


When I came home, she wasn't there.

Here, let's calm down.

I tried calling her, but I can't get through.

Her answering service is off.

I called the restaurant, but there was no answer.

Drink this.

You know, Kaito, waves... swallow up all sorts of things.

It's an awesome thing.

When we surf, we take on the last stage of a wave that was born far offshore.

The last stage?

The last stage.

To become one with that wave... because it's the last moment, it has an incredibly powerful energy.

Then...

when you receive that force with your entire body, for a moment

it turns into nothingness.

Nothingness, or stillness.

In any case, there is a sense that everything, including yourself, is absolutely quiet.

Isa is gone now.

But her energy was the best.

The wave named Isa

was to me,

in my life,

the best wave ever.

Kaito,

do you remember when you first came to the island?

Your family had broken down.

Can you imagine how hard that was for Misaki?

But you know, Kaito... the source of her energy is you, yourself.

So I don't think she's done anything rash.

Also... you have to keep a humble attitude toward nature.

It's pointless to resist it.


Mother!

Where's my mother?

I have to protect her!

She's here.


My mother died.

She's gone home forever.


Do you really have to go?

Are you leaving me behind?

Do you have to go?

What shall I do, once you are gone?


Those kids don't understand yet what lies in the sea.

I can't swim anymore,

can't swim anymore,

can't swim anymore.

You kids,

I'm counting on you.


Still the Water

Subtitles : John Junkerman, Mos3n.


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