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with Jiro Horikoshi, Kiro Honjo, Kurokawa, Hattori Movie transcript with snapshot pictures 3 KIRO HONJO: Hey! Jiro! Heavy? JIRO HORIKOSHI: Yep. KIRO HONJO: Glad you made it. JIRO HORIKOSHI: Me too. KIRO HONJO: We're just getting startedWe're just getting started. JIRO HORIKOSHI: We certainly are. KIRO HONJO: Well, they were probably heading for the city to look for workheading for the city to look for work. JIRO HORIKOSHI: There were dozens of them. KIRO HONJO: And there will be hundreds more. Looks like we lost another bank. This time it's Kamihatci. JIRO HORIKOSHI: It's awful. KIRO HONJO: And so sad. JIRO HORIKOSHI: There were rumors. KIRO HONJO: The economy's in the tank. And I hate to break it to you, Jiro, but so is our new employer. MITSUBISHI INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE CO. KUROKAWA: Do you know the pressure we're under? We needed you here over a month ago! JIRO HORIKOSHI: But sir, I was told I could start anytime in April. KUROKAWA: Then you should've been here in March! JIRO HORIKOSHI: Yes, sir. KUROKAWA: I've got a very important assignment for you. JIRO HORIKOSHI: Yes, sir. KUROKAWA: It's the design for the wing strut fittingIt's the design for the wing strut fitting. And by the way, it's already late! JIRO HORIKOSHI: Yes, sir. KUROKAWA: I need the plans in the shop as soon as possible! Do what you have to do! JIRO HORIKOSHI: Yes, sir. KUROKAWA: Here! Let's get your sundry specifications. Follow me! This will be your desk. It's imported, nobody likes it. Maybe you will. JIRO HORIKOSHI: Yes, sir. KUROKAWA: Work goes hereWork goes here. JIRO HORIKOSHI: Excuse me. Could we ask a slight favor? FOREMAN: Wow, it's really coming along. JIRO HORIKOSHI: Thank you, again, for making time for us on your break. FOREMAN: No problem at all. You young engineers should visit here more oftenyoung engineers should visit here more often. JIRO HORIKOSHI: Honjo, look, the strut has already been installed. KIRO HONJO: I knew it. Kurokawa's obviously just hazing you. Unless his fitting is better than yours. FOREMAN: Mr. Kurokawa's always tough on new employees. JIRO HORIKOSHI: Honjo, come up here and take a look. Something's not right. What do you think? KIRO HONJO: It looks solid to me. JIRO HORIKOSHI: No, this isn't good. It's got the same problem as my design. KIRO HONJO: Then it must be bad. WORKER: Foreman, lunch is over. What's going on? FOREMAN: Quiet. They're working. JIRO HORIKOSHI: I love it! Airplanes are fascinating! KIRO HONJO: Yeah, fascinating, but we're late. HATTORI: Young man. KUROKAWA: This is our boss, Mr. Hattori. HATTORI: Is this his first assignment? KUROKAWA: The strut fitting for the Falcon ProjectThe strut fitting for the Falcon Project, sir. HATTORI: Not what I expected. What am I looking at here? JIRO HORIKOSHI: Sir, this steel leaf spring will ease the stress from the wing. This wire expands and contracts absorbing the forces that act on the wing. I have it running through the strut and anchoring the fuselage. KUROKAWA: That means that we would have to entirely redesign the length of the wing. JIRO HORIKOSHI: You're right. I'll run those calculations tonight, sir. KUROKAWA: You're wasting your time. Where is the assignment that I gave you this morning? JIRO HORIKOSHI: Right here, sir. I finished it. HATTORI: Well done. What do you think, Kurokawa? KUROKAWA: It's perfect. Turn your work in as soon as you're done! JIRO HORIKOSHI: Yes, sir. KIRO HONJO: What a day. I'm heading out. JIRO HORIKOSHI: Me too. KIRO HONJO: Wild guess, you already finished Kurokawa's homework? JIRO HORIKOSHI: Just about. JIRO HORIKOSHI: What are the oxen for? KIRO HONJO: Oh, they haul the prototypes to the fieldthey haul the prototypes to the field. Takes them two days to drag it out there. Believe that? That's how backwards we are. KIRO HONJO: I don't know. I like them. KUROKAWA: Here she comes. Almost here! Almost here! What? This stupid thing. Damn it! Tell me you got it. JIRO HORIKOSHI: 13.3 seconds. 146 knots. KUROKAWA: Blast! She needs more horsepower. She deserves better. HATTORI: Hey! Kurokawa! KUROKAWA: Yes, sir. HATTORI: A word with our clients. KUROKAWA: Gentlemen. MILITARY 1: Well done. MILITARY 2: Yeah, your Falcon is one hell of a plane. MILITARY 3: I bet Mitsubishi couldn't do it. Now I'm buying drinks. KUROKAWA: Power dive. He's trying to break 200 knots. KIRO HONJO: His chute. HATTORI: Go get him! JIRO HORIKOSHI: Mr. Kurokawa, let's investigate what happened when the weather clears. It'll be easier. KUROKAWA: How's the pilot? JIRO HORIKOSHI: He's okay. KUROKAWA: That's good. JIRO HORIKOSHI: Let's go, Mr. Kurokawa. We'll regroup for Falcon Tworegroup for Falcon Two. JIRO HORIKOSHI: You still open? SALESMAN: Ah, welcome back. Your usual? JIRO HORIKOSHI: Yeah, but two slices this time. SALESMAN: Coming up. Here you go. JIRO HORIKOSHI: Who looks out for them? SALESMAN: Their parents work late. They wait there every night. I feel bad closing the place up. JIRO HORIKOSHI: I see. Well, thanks. SALESMAN: See you tomorrow. JIRO HORIKOSHI: Are you hungry? I have two slices of sponge cakeI have two slices of sponge cake. You can have them. It's okay, I just bought them. Go ahead, take it. POOR YOUNG GIRL: Come on! KIRO HONJO: Jiro? Wake up! I heard they axed the Falcon Project. I need details. Sponge cake, again? JIRO HORIKOSHI: Yeah. KIRO HONJO: How do you stay alive? KIRO HONJO: What did you expect? Did you think she was going to smile and say, "thank you, sir?" JIRO HORIKOSHI: Of course not. Well, maybe I did. KIRO HONJO: Well, if you're looking for a mouth to feed, there happen to be plenty of other hungry kids in this neighborhood. And their parents are probably hungrier. It's shameful. And I bet it gets worse before it gets better. JIRO HORIKOSHI: I don't understand why this country is so poor. KIRO HONJO: Poor Jiro, stuck in his happy dreams. What Japan is paying the Germans they could feed every single man, woman, and child, a mountain of sponge cake. But if this country wants airplanes, then I'm going to make the most of it. JIRO HORIKOSHI: Really? They're sending you too? KIRO HONJO: They told me today. JIRO HORIKOSHI: That's great! KIRO HONJO: The fact is, this poor country pays us a lot of money to design warplanes. Embrace the irony. I'm going to Tokyo tomorrow. To get married. JIRO HORIKOSHI: Married?

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The Wind Rises (2013)
The Wind Rises (2013)
  2 you don't see that every day
2 you don't see that every day
  3 design for the wing strut fitting
3 design for the wing strut fitting
  4 need their technology after all
4 need their technology after all
 
5 think I remember you were
5 think I remember you were
  6 here's an idea for you
6 here's an idea for you
  7 a new way to cut drag
7 a new way to cut drag
  8 she flies like a dream
8 she flies like a dream