Teiichi: Battle of Supreme High is a 2017 Japanese comedy film directed by Akira Nagai and based on the manga series of the same name written by Usamaru Furuya. The film stars Masaki Suda, Shūhei Nomura, Ryoma Takeuchi in the main roles, about the election for class president in a highschool
The Kaitei Supreme High School is the most famous aristocratic high school in Japan. Only 800 students in the whole of Japan can have opportunities to study here. Because of the robust support of Japanese commercial circles and the political world in this school, the person who becomes the president of the student union will be a member of the council of ministers and have the chance to participant in politics. But it is not that easy to become the leader of a school union; the precondition is that you must be the class monitor at The Kaitei Supreme High School. In the April of this year, the new school term starts. The first-year student at The Kaitei Supreme High School, Teiichi Akaba with his childhood dream which is to become the prime minister of Japan becomes the monitor of class one successfully. Also, Teiichi Akaba’s father is a dignitary in the political circle. Then Teiichi Akaba decides to take part in the campaign of student union’s president. However, he must face other powerful competitors' challenges. One of the main competitors, Kikuma Tōgō is the monitor of class two, and he is the son of Teiichi Akaba’s father’s political mortal enemy. The other competitor is the monitor of class three, Dan Ōtaka. He has excellent academic grades and actually comes from the lower middle class of society. Teiichi Akaba must try his best on strategy, on the social network, and on academic grades. He even wants to sacrifices his life fighting against his enemies. Many unpredictable betrays and traps are waiting for him. The battle on The Kaitei Supreme High school started.