Zenigata Koichi is not the bungling inspector who is always given the slip by the elusive great thief, Lupin Sansei. He is a stubborn, but righteous and compassionate detective who will never forgive bad people.
Inspector Bugiganga's movie? Or Sherlock Holmes?
The premise is basic, they stole a painting and the most famous detective in Japan will find it, end of story.
But no, in the course of time there are many more facts that totally change the direction of the predictable.
I have not found a point of prominence, a negative point is the film as a whole, very bland, ideal when one is not sleepy, because it is great to pack a nap.