FADE IN:EXT. BUSHIDO BAR - NIGHTA sinewy man carrying a fishing pole and wearing a bamboohat, steps inside the Bushido bar -- a popular hangout for men of the ANCIENT Japanese military.INT. BUSHIDO BAR - NIGHTAlthough it is open to the public, it is unofficiallyconsidered a place fit only for the samurai.But HIROHIKO does not care. He takes a seat at one of theempty tables. A WAITER comes up to him.WAITER(whispering)Excuse me. I don’t mean to pry, butare you a samurai?HIROHIKODoes it matter?The Waiter looks over his shoulder.WAITERThis is kind of a samurai’shangout. They don’t like otherpeople coming in and taking theirtables.HIROHIKOI won’t bother anyone. I just wanta pot of tea.WAITEROkay, but don’t say I didn’t warnyou.The Waiter goes away. Hirohiko looks in the corner of hiseye. There is a rowdy bunch of Samurai, harassing a waitress,touching her, holding her.Hirohiko quietly stands. He goes over to the other table. Heclears his throat. The Samurai look up.HIROHIKOExcuse me...SAMURAI KENJI, the one squeezing the waitress, glares andbarks.