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Akira Kurosawa writes, directs and edits his farewell film that centers on the life of Prof. Hyakken Uchida (Tatsuo Matsumura), who spends his retirement years in 1940s Tokyo. The sensei's students and supporters honor him annually with a birthday party. They also ask him, "Maadha kai? (Are you ready?)" -- to which he always replies, "Madadayo! (Not yet!)" The film is based on the literary works of real-life Japanese author Uchida.
|Zatoichi: Vol. 17: Zatoichi Challenged||-||-||-|
The blind swordsman helps a family in need in the continuing story of Zatoichi (Shintaro Katsu), a sightless samurai with a noble heart and a swift sword. When a dying woman asks Zatoichi to deliver her son to his father, he agrees. On the way, Zatoichi fends off multiple gangs, aided by a mysterious samurai. Once at their destination, the three discover that the boy's father is a hostage, and the mysterious samurai reveals his true identity.
Zatôichi chikemuri kaidô