He'll keep fighting with all of his heart.
As with any professional athlete, there comes a time when glory fades. The body can't keep up. Newer and younger pros take the stage. But Japanese wrestler The Great Sasuke refuses defeat. Despite his failing health and a dwindling audience, he'll do everything in his power to continue the dream. After all, wrestling is his "tenshoku," a lifework assigned by God. Wrestling and fame have gotten him far, even won him a seat as an assembly legislator in his hometown, and he can't give up now just because the going is getting a little tough. Through sweat and determination, he'll inspire a nation—and he'll do it all with his mask on. The Great Sasuke is a compelling story of victory and the will to keep fighting...in any of life's arenas. - Cassia Homann
Preceded by the short film: Moom; dir. Dice Tsutsumi, Robert Kondo; United States; 13 min.