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This is one of the best Japanese films around, but has been notoriously difficult to find until this recent release in the Masters of Cinema Series. It was worth the wait. Taken from a new transfer of the film, this looks absolutely amazing on Blu-ray, with deep blacks - and closeups where you can see the individual, sweat-drenched pores on the faces. For those who haven't yet got a Blu-ray player, this includes a DVD containing the film as well, but the Blu-ray version really is breathtaking at times, and I'd encourage anyone to watch it this way.Read more ›
Excruciating in its emotional intensity as the blade twists and slides within the innards.
A film which spares not one extra drop of sweat within its deft execution. Riveting, brutal, seemingly without sentiment, it drops several human bombshells, ringing with a clear message that life is based upon attachment bonds. As these disappear it leaves a huge gaping hole as it all finishes and a whole where bereavement enter.
Highlights that two nations during the 1950's/60's were streets ahead of anyone else in film making, so far beyond the rest in terms of style, emotional literacy, power, composition and construction that no one has caught them since.
These films travel to the journey to the end of the night and then willingly on beyond - Japan and Soviet Russia - two of the greatest film cultural nations ever.
The interview in the extras menu didn't capture my attention as the interviewer appeared to talk non stop while the director grunted occasionally and basked blissfully in all the gushing compliments from the journalist.
The story is heartbreaking and left me reflecting on our own 21century, western harikiri called suicide. No doubt the the reasons that drove individuals to perform ritual harikiri in 17th C Japan are not totally dissimilar to 21st C folks perhaps.
Lastly, it raised the question of how we deal with those, for whatever reasons, who are unable to make their way independently in life anymore. Do we turn them away or offer a helping hand.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Probably one of the best films I have seen, Japanese or otherwise.Published 12 months ago by Hogster
Brilliant; Excellent video and aural reproduction of a very macabre story which is well directed with the splendid acting of Nakadai Tatsuya.Published 17 months ago by MC
The greatest Japanese film ever made! Yes im my opinion, that's right. People will disagree and say that 'Seven Samurai' or 'Hana Bi' would get their vote, but for me it is... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Lee Thomson
This is a excellent film and the Blu-Ray and DVD combo is well worth the money.Published 19 months ago by Mr. J. James
This film is definitely one of my favourites,It's ultimately a story for revenge with sadness,tragedy,but also a classic Samurai swordfight duel in it too.I thought it was great.Published 22 months ago by David Addison