There’s no right or wrong in drifting. How you drift is who you are. It’s like fingerprints – everyone’s different. Fast, slow, smooth, rough; it doesn’t matter. Neela from The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
Neela knows the score. Her philosophical meanderings are up there with some of the other fine visionaries of the drift scene including Han and Twinkie. She’s definitely not one for boarding women-only passenger cars to shy away from lewd chikan activities. Neela realises that rubbing, rolling and sharing the love with the masses in Tokyo is a central feature of the local culture. It is a place where even the women carry guns in their pockets (which are often realised to be collapsed umbrellas). You can’t turn to ease your paranoia because space is so very limited. Resistance is futile. You just have to drift. And drift you must in style.