A mailman delivers a letter to an old woman. However she is not the intended recipient. It’s actually for Tebana Sankichi (Tak Sakaguchi). When the carrier realizes his mistake he sets to deliver it personally to the man himself. The man himself looks like ‘Smooth Criminal’ era Michael Jackson, wearing a shirt that says “Kiss Me”. In a park he solves a murder. If this sounds a bit quick and scattershot that’s because it is. This is the world of Tebana Sankichi: Snot Rockets. Sankichi is society’s obtuse moral compass with a finger on the pulse of a city living and breathing his very existance. He fights crime, solves mysteries, whethers visits from occult hags, wakes in cold sweats, gets committed to an insane asylum and pals around town preventing women from commiting suicide. His life is a full plate, so full that all this happens within the first seven minutes of the film’s blistering 79 minute running time.