Goyokin (1969)

PG   |    |  Action, Adventure, Drama


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A guilt-haunted samurai warrior attempts to stop a massacre taking place.


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17 March 2006 | vegas-sickboy
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| Hauntingly beautiful samurai redemption story
Goyokin is a hauntingly beautiful story of a Magobei Wakazaka a samurai turned to a drunk guilt ridden ronin after taking part in the slaughter of some innocent people because he was following orders from his brother in law in a plot to steal some official gold (Goyokin). When his brother in law decides to steal more gold and kill more people some assassins come for Magobei to silence him forever. This causes Magobei to throw down the bottle of sake and take up the sword once again. He decides to journey back to stop the slaughter and seek redemption.Gosha tells the classic story of a samurai and his giri-ninjo conflict, that is his struggle against following orders which is the way of the samurai, or doing what he believes is right. He uses his trademark crows as symbolic supernatural supervisors of karma and in such a way it eerily beautiful and unforgettable.

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Action | Adventure | Drama

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Release Date:

1 May 1969

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

Filming Locations

Japan

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