The movie is an adaptation of a comedic stage play performed by the theater troupe FEELD STAGE in March 2011 which was heavily inspired by Keisuke Itagaki’s popular manga series “Baki the Grappler”.
The story is set in a downtown shopping district where there happen to be many fans of the Baki the Grappler manga. Chief among them is a woman named Shizue (Yuki Saito), an obsessive Baki fan who runs her missing husband’s chiropractic clinic.
Their neighborhood is at risk of a major overhaul from a company called “Happy Lucky Group”, or Happy-Lucky for short. Happy-Lucky wants to level the district and replace it with a giant onsen/amusement park combo. Shizue is a fierce opponent of the renovations, and hires a part-time qigong therapist named Ando (Kanji Tsuda) in hopes of revitalizing the clinic.
In addition to her work at the clinic, Shizue has been training her son Toki (Ryota Sudo) to one day become the world’s strongest man like Baki. In the meantime, he’s only succeeded in becoming the world’s least employed “freeter”.
Meanwhile, Happy-Lucky is conspiring with an evil organization led by a man named Kuriyagawa (Kendo Kobayashi) who’s determined to awaken an God-like alien buried under the district. Kuriyagawa is also interested in a special power shared by Toki and his father Genjiro.
Happy-Lucky president Sonoda suggests a final showdown in which he’d put his land rights on the line against Shizue’s ultra-rare Baki championship belt. Shizue decides to do whatever it takes to fight for the survival of the shopping district. Add Synopsis In Portuguese