Three boys who are passionate about cinema, led by director Hirata, meet a young thug named Sasaki who becomes, for them, an icon of a possible Japanese "Bruce Lee"; so they form the group "Fuck Bombers" with the blessing of an elderly projectionist specialized in 35mm film. In the meantime, a yakuza war rages, which sees the boss Muto grappling with the assassins of a rival gang who invaded his home to attack his wife; who, to defend himself, killed almost all of them, ending up in prison. The only survivor, Ikegami, has a brief encounter with Mitsuko, the infant daughter of Muto, a star of a toothbrush commercial. Escaping, covered in blood, from the crime scene, he is warned and filmed by the enthusiastic Fuck Bombers. The yakuza led by Muto defeats the rival group by killing the boss. The new boss becomes Ikegami, who proposes a truce. In the meantime, however, he also decides to turn his gang headquarters into a castle inspired by samurai films, with all the criminals walking around wearing kimono. Meanwhile, the Fuck Bombers leave a prayer to the God of cinema, in a small temple: they must be able to make, sooner or later, a good movie.
10 years pass and their mission seems to have failed. The Fuck Bombers film club was abandoned and the projectionist died. Sasaki in particular feels a deep unease and no longer believes in cinema, which is why he abandons friends. Meanwhile, the war between Muto's yakuza and Ikegami's yakuza has continued, and Muto is desperate as Mitsuko, who has since become an actress, has run away from the set of the musical she was starring in, a film whose production began to impress. Muto's wife, who is about to be released from prison. Mitsuko begins to take with him the clumsy Koji, in love with her since he saw her on TV as a child in her commercial, dragging him into violent adventures that only involve him more. In desperation, when he realizes from the director of the musical that the film with Mitsuko can no longer be done, Muto decides to rent equipment and build a set with his subordinates; one of them suggests that, to kill two birds with one stone, the film could be built around the inevitable confrontation with Ikegami.
CAST OF THE MOVIE WHY DON'T YOU PLAY IN HELL (2013)