The movie “Detective Chinatown Tokyo MISSION” featuring Satoshi Tsumabuki, Masami Nagasawa, Shota Sometani, Honami Suzuki, Tadanobu Asano, Tomokazu Miura, and Tony Jaa will be released on Friday, July 9th. The topic has finally reached its climax. This work was released on the first day of Chinese New Year and recorded box office revenue of about 1.01 billion yuan (about 16.4 billion yen) on the first day! It is a historic and super-hit work that overtook the number one “Avengers: Endgame” (19) in history and set a new record for the worldwide opening weekend box office revenue No. 1. The story is set in Tokyo. Chinatown detective duo Tan Len (Wang Baoqiang) and Chin Fong (Liu Haoran), who have settled the case internationally, are Japanese detectives Hiroshi Noda (Satoshi Tsumabuki), Work with Thai detective and former detective Jack Jar (Tony Jaa) to find out the truth about difficult cases. The mission in this work is to prove the false charge of Masaru Watanabe (Tomokazu Miura), the leader of the yakuza, who was charged as the criminal in the closed-room murder of the Mafia chairman in Southeast Asia. Anna Kobayashi (Masami Nagasawa), the secretary of the murdered chairman, also cooperates with the detectives to resolve the case, but an incident occurs in which Kobayashi is kidnapped by someone! The case is further confused with the involvement of elite Keishisei Naoki Tanaka (Tadanobu Asano), who boasts a 100% case resolution rate, and Akira Murata (Sota Sometani), a mysterious wanted criminal. To commemorate the emergency landing of this work in Japan, we will hold a roundtable discussion about the charm of Satoshi Tsumabuki, who played the role of the famous detective Noda Hiroshi and co-starred with a world-class gorgeous cast! Movie personalities Satori Ito, Reira Okuhama, and movie writer SYO participated and talked a lot about “Bucky love” from a professional point of view. ◆ Performer Satori Ito (Movie personality) Reira Okuhama (Movie / music personality) SYO (Movie writer) –First of all, please tell us about your favorite work by Satoshi Tsumabuki and its charm. Ito: I’m worried about this … Everyone was excited about what to put out. In terms of quality and works that allow you to enjoy various aspects of the actor Satoshi Tsumabuki, I really like “Gukoroku” (17). Okuhama: I understand! Ito: The opening of “Gukoroku” starts just like “Usual Suspects” (95), but from there you can enjoy the dark side actor Satoshi Tsumabuki abundantly. I think Satoshi Tsumabuki is an actor who is good at acting with dead corns, but in “Gukoroku”, the acting just before that shows a masked expression. The subtleties of emotions shown in the facial expressions, not just the lines, are really wonderful. Still, it has a charm that makes you want to see it all the time. It’s a work I’ve seen many times. How about SYO? SYO: I think it’s the generation of Satoshi Tsumabuki’s work. “Water Boys” (01) and the drama “Orange Days” (04) were also broadcast in high school, and everyone around me thought, “I can live like this when I go to Tokyo.” I’m afraid. When I actually came to Tokyo, I realized that it wasn’t the case (laughs). Therefore, I have the impression that I have been watching Satoshi Tsumabuki’s work for a long time. My favorite is “anger” (16). There was a scene where Satoshi Tsumabuki cried at the end, and I was always impressed. I still vividly remember each scene, including the interaction with the character played by Go Ayano, and it’s one of my favorite movies I’ve ever seen. Ito: The cast is gorgeous, and Ken Watanabe is also appearing, but Satoshi Tsumabuki is no match. How about Mr. Okuhama? Okuhama: I was about to mention “Foolish Record”, but I’m going on a slightly different side (laughs). It’s similar to “Orange Days” that SYO mentioned earlier, but in the sense of Satoshi Tsumabuki’s youth ensemble drama, it’s “A day on the planet” (03). There are dramatic developments such as a stranded whale and a man caught in a wall, but I like this work because it has a perfect balance of loose atmosphere and realistic conversations in the daily lives of young people.