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Yagyu Jubei Nanaban Shobu


NHK
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Original Name  柳生十兵衛 七番勝負
Screen Format 16:9 Wide Screen
Video Format NTSC
Audio Japanese Stereo
Year 2005
Running Time 264 Minutes
Genre Drama
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0000721565
Catalog No.  NSDS-9347
Item Code  4988066146152

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william.fu (67) on 26, May. 2009 16:43 (HKT)
Beginning Legend of One of Japan's greatest swordsman
This one is only the beginning of I would consider one of the best Samurai dramas. Yagyu Jubei is a well known legendary swordsman in the history of Japan during the Edo period. However, his stories are unknown and this is one of romanticized version of his story. I think this is one of the most intriguing stories I come across, since it doesn't just portray spectacular sword fights and the samurai spirit, but it also displays Jubei's struggle as a true wandering swordman versus the influence of politics. If your a big fan of famous samurai's from history of Japan, this would be the most recommendable collection to own. This isn't just about Jubei's 7 duels with other famous samurai's, but every time as he fought his opponents, there is a consequence. You don't really savour the death under the art of sword, but rather it shows the painful sides and the human emotion of losing someone, killing another person, and a sense of almost losing even yourself because of killing so many people.
What can I say? very educating, artistic, beautiful yet simplistic, and emotional at times. Please Pick this one up if anybody's interested!
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