Product Tag - Kinnosuke Nakamura

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    Miyamoto Musashi (1961)

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    Miyamoto Musashi (1961)

    In this first episode, we are introduced to Takezo, what Musashi used to be before he became the man of legend. His beginning are not exactly auspicious. He sides with the Toyotomi at Sekigahara, and as a result finds himself on the losing side of the historic battle. He and his friend Matahachi manage to escape the slaughter although the latter is wounded in his leg. They stumble across the young Akemi who makes her living with her mother Oko by robbing corpses of their armor and anything else they can sell. Oko takes it into her head to seduce Matahachi, which she does first by skillfully sucking the gangrene from his blood, and then just by sucking.

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    Miyamoto Musashi VI (1971)

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    Miyamoto Musashi VI (1971)

    In the sixth and final episode Rentaro Mikuni steals the show as Baiken Shishido, Musashi’s nemesis. Mikuni is the nominal villain of the film, but he is a devoted husband and father as well. He tries to kill Musashi only to avenge the death of his brother-in-law. While Baiken (who wields a chain and sickle against Musashi’s sword) is a very human character and the emotions that Mikuni displays in his performance are quite believable and engaging

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    Kozure Ōkami

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    Kozure Ōkami

    $56.00
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    The Ambush: Incident at Blood Pass (1970)

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    The Ambush: Incident at Blood Pass (1970)

    In the Edo period, a nameless ronin accepts an assignment to go to a mountain pass and wait. Near the pass he stops at an inn where a collection of characters gather, including a gang set on stealing shogunate gold that’s soon to come over the pass. When the Ronin’s assignment becomes clear, to help the gang, he’s ordered to kill the inn’s residents, including a woman he’s rescued from an abusive husband. He’s reluctant to murder innocent people; then he learns that the gold shipment is a trap and he’s part of a double cross. How he sorts through these divided loyalties tests of his samurai honor, and perhaps of his love for a woman.

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    Death of a Tea Master (1989)

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    Death of a Tea Master (1989)

    Years after the death of legendary tea master Rikyu, his disciple Honkakubo attempts to resolve the mystery of the master’s death.

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