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A war-hardened general, egged on by his ambitious wife, works to fulfill a prophecy that he would become lord of Spider's Web Castle.
Akira Kurosawa stated he had an admiration forShakespeare's Macbeth for a long time, and envisioned making a film based on it. He hoped to make one after Rashomon (1950), but opted to wait when he learned that Orson Welles was releasing Macbeth (1948).
Lady Asaji Washizu: It won't go away... The blood won't go away...
Taketori Washizu: Asaji...!
Lady Asaji Washizu: I wash and wash... and still the blood remains...
Taketori Washizu: Asaji! Asaji!
After Washizu and Miki come to the forest clearing where the spirit dwells, as they get down from their horses, all of Washizu's arrows fall out of his quiver. In the next shot however, the quiver is full of arrows again.
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