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Jean Walton over 1 year ago
Almost as well made as Yojimbo, and more fun. It's a masterpiece of Samurai adventure.
Jonathan Evans over 3 years ago
It's shot really nicely, almost Shakespearean, but I was lost frequently.
Austin 5 years ago
It's not Yojimbo, but watching Mifune slice up the baddies is as fun as ever.
Matteo Satta 10 months ago
Justin Wagner over 2 years ago
Jaclyn Hyde over 3 years ago
Sina Bakhshandeh over 4 years ago
daniel o'keefe almost 6 years ago
Daniel Ferguson over 6 years ago
Andreas Laamanen over 6 years ago
Tobias Stjernström almost 7 years ago
Eric Richards 7 years ago
Ian Enders over 7 years ago
Seiji Kurihara over 7 years ago
Tim Jules Hull over 7 years ago
John Barton 8 years ago
Sanjuro (椿三十郎, Tsubaki Sanjūrō) is a 1962 black-and-white Japanese samurai film directed by Akira Kurosawa and starring Toshirō Mifune. It is a sequel to Kurosawa's previous film Yojimbo, with Mifune reprising his role as a wandering ronin. The film combines action and humour, and is lighter in tone than its predecessor. Largely based on Shūgorō Yamamoto's short story "Peaceful Days" (日日平安 Nichinichi hei-an), the story begins with nine young samurai, who are worried about corruption in the leadership of their clan. They believe that the lord chamberlain, Mutsuta, is corrupt after tearing up a petition against organised crime. One samurai told the superintendent of this, who agreed to intervene. As the nine meet secretly at a temple and discuss their problem, a ronin (Mifune) emerges from another room where he had been quietly resting. The ronin had overheard their plans, and suggests that the superintendent is in fact the real corrupt official. While at first the samurai are insulted...
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