Ningen no Shoumei aka Proof of the Man (DVD)

Japanese Drama
Ningen no Shoumei aka Proof of the Man (DVD) Japanese Drama
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Ningen no Shoumei aka Proof of the Man

Ningen no Shoumei aka Proof of the Man

  • Video
  • NTSC Fullscreen
  • Audio
  • Japanese
  • Subtitle
  • English , Chinese , Malay
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
  • Region code All
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  • Title : Ningen no Shoumei aka Proof of the Man / 人間の証明
  • Running time: Appx. 480 minutes
  • Listing date : 25 Jan 2007
  • Disc Qty : 3 pcs
  • Weight : 230(g)

  • Cast by
  • Takenouchi Yutaka , Natsukawa Yui , Ohsugi Ren , Tanabe Seiichi
  • Synopsis
  • Consist of episode 1 to 10 complete TV series.

    The police raid a club in Roppongi, Tokyo - a trendy area of the city that attracts youths and more recently drug trafficking. When a drug dealer tries to escape from a club with a gun in hand, the whole club goes into chaos. But one man ignores the gun pointed directly at him and blocks the dealer's path. It's Ichiro Munesue, a cop from the local police station. The drug dealer struggles to get away, but Ichiro subdues him and makes a brilliant arrest.

    When Ichiro returns to the police station, his boss announces his appointment to Central Headquarters - a great promotion for a cop working the local beat like Ichiro. Off the clock, Ichiro is very gentle, but when it comes to being a cop, he is obsessed with arresting criminals. At times, Ichiro does spin out of control, however. His superiors consider his actions brave and driven by a strong sense of justice - which is why he was promoted. His new boss, Eizaburo Nasu is looking forward to Ichiro's arrival.

    One day an African-American man is found dead on a small island in Daiba, Tokyo. He has a deep wound in his chest, indicating that he was stabbed by a very sharp knife. The man seemed to have been walking along the long land bridge that connects the beach and the island. Ichiro teams up with a veteran cop, Atsushi Yokowatari, to tackle this case. But their investigation goes nowhere. The man was found dead at the entrance of the land bridge, but it would have been almost impossible for him to walk the distance with such a deep wound. The police conclude that he was killed elsewhere. However, witnesses near the bridge claim that nobody else but the American man passed through the area.

    No one knows who the man was. And he had no identification on him. The only clue to the case is his final words heard by a passerby - "stoha."

    What is the mystery behind the man's dying message?

    Theme song A Place In The Sun by Kawaguchi Kyogo.

  • Synopsis
  • Consist of episode 1 to 10 complete TV series.

    The police raid a club in Roppongi, Tokyo - a trendy area of the city that attracts youths and more recently drug trafficking. When a drug dealer tries to escape from a club with a gun in hand, the whole club goes into chaos. But one man ignores the gun pointed directly at him and blocks the dealer's path. It's Ichiro Munesue, a cop from the local police station. The drug dealer struggles to get away, but Ichiro subdues him and makes a brilliant arrest.

    When Ichiro returns to the police station, his boss announces his appointment to Central Headquarters - a great promotion for a cop working the local beat like Ichiro. Off the clock, Ichiro is very gentle, but when it comes to being a cop, he is obsessed with arresting criminals. At times, Ichiro does spin out of control, however. His superiors consider his actions brave and driven by a strong sense of justice - which is why he was promoted. His new boss, Eizaburo Nasu is looking forward to Ichiro's arrival.

    One day an African-American man is found dead on a small island in Daiba, Tokyo. He has a deep wound in his chest, indicating that he was stabbed by a very sharp knife. The man seemed to have been walking along the long land bridge that connects the beach and the island. Ichiro teams up with a veteran cop, Atsushi Yokowatari, to tackle this case. But their investigation goes nowhere. The man was found dead at the entrance of the land bridge, but it would have been almost impossible for him to walk the distance with such a deep wound. The police conclude that he was killed elsewhere. However, witnesses near the bridge claim that nobody else but the American man passed through the area.

    No one knows who the man was. And he had no identification on him. The only clue to the case is his final words heard by a passerby - "stoha."

    What is the mystery behind the man's dying message?

    Theme song A Place In The Sun by Kawaguchi Kyogo.