Almost as ubiquitous as stories about provincial country life, or tales of strained relationships between parents and their children, Japanese cinema is awash with the misadventures of struggling young musicians. In The Mohican Comes Home, all three scenarios combine in wistful yet winning fashion, as impoverished punk rocker Eikichi (Ryuhei Matsuda) travels home to Tobi Island near Hiroshima, following a lengthy absence.
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