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|Eita||Motome, Young Ronin|
|Munetaka Aoki||Hikokuro Omodaka|
|Baijaku Nakamura||Jinnai Chijiiwa|
|Kikumi Yamagishi||Director, Screenwriter|
|Tetsuya Fujimura||Associate Producer|
|Yuji Hayashida||Art Director|
|Kazuko Kurosawa||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Ryuichi Sakamoto||Score Composer|
|Shinya Zenda||Production Manager|
Posted January 25, 2013
This is an exceptional remake of a Mifune movie. Cinematogrpahy has greatly imporved since the original and Miike uses such masterfully to create a visually stunning portrait awash with brilliant color however, never garish.
The actiing is capitvating, like a ballet that draws the viewer in as it moves smoothly through this tragic tale of the era.
If you are looking for a typical samuria, sword and slash movie, lacking in plot then you will be disappointed. There is action in the final scene / chapters however, it is the story itself that is the movie.
This film is a delight to the eye and a joy to the heart that out shines the original. It is hoped that you will enjoy it as much as this one did.
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