Feature length documentary film work exploring director/subject relationship and notions of non-conformity. Every workday morning for more than 25 years Tanaka Tetsuro has protested outside the gate of the corporation that sacked him - a decision he says was unjust. When he's not at the gate protesting, Tanaka-san teaches music, English, human rights and how to confront bullies in his small apartment and once a year he takes his protest to the company's annual stockholders' meeting - only to be ejected. 1 Videodisc (DVD) (ca. 75 min.) Japanese with English subtitles.
|Publisher||Blue Room Productions|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
- Employee rights--Japan
- Civil rights--Japan