Yakuza: There's an old saying - For want of a nail...the horseshoe was lost. For want of a horseshoe, the steed was lost. For want of a steed...the message was not delivered. For want of an undelivered message.....the war was lost.
At the start of the movie the hole in the back on Sean's car vanishes in some scenes. See more...
When Sean is learning how to drift at the docks, the fisherman that comments about his drifting is actually the real Drift King, Keiichi Tsuchiya. The comments about betting on the '72 Skyline and '86 Corolla are throwbacks to him as well as the Skyline was his first drift car and the Corolla was one of his favorites. See more...
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|Title||The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift|
|Original entry||In the scene where Sean is making his first pickup for Han, from the large man in the jacuzzi, he is dressed in only a towel. When the large man throws him out of the establishment, he is fully dressed. Are we to believe that the large, angered man who Sean just demanded money from, gave him time to get fully dressed before throwing him out? Or that the large man dressed Sean before throwing him out? Neither of these scenarios make sense.|