"Rollerball" is a dystopian science fiction sports film directed by Norman Jewison and released in 1975. The movie is set in the future where corporations have taken over the world, and individualism and personal freedoms have been replaced by a society where everything is controlled by the corporations.
In the movie, Tokyo is depicted as one of the locations where the titular sport, Rollerball, is played. The game is a violent, full-contact sport that is a mix of roller derby, hockey, and motorcycle racing. The Tokyo scene shows the Tokyo team facing off against a team from Houston, Texas, USA, which is one of the other main locations for the sport.
The Tokyo scene features fast-paced action, as the two teams battle it out on the track. The scene also shows the crowds in the stadium, which is filled with neon lights and a futuristic design. The Tokyo team wears blue uniforms and helmets, while the Houston team wears orange.
The climax of the Tokyo scene sees the Tokyo team emerging victorious, much to the delight of the home crowd. Overall, the Tokyo scene is one of the highlights of the movie, showcasing the futuristic and violent world that the characters inhabit.