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The ending of the film grabs me so much because it is pregnant with so much significance.
He asks to marry a woman he met during the fighting, Lady Kesa, a woman he never met before and with whom he only briefly spoken the same day.
This film, like a old Masters Painting, is rich with colors, textures, beautiful costumes and Historical detail seldom seen today.
I bought this movie as a Christmas present for someone who enjoys gorgeous costuming. However, I expected the story itself to be a bit dull or predictable - and that we might zone... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Corinne O'Kelly
This is one of the most beautiful movies ever made. The story is heartbreaking and disturbing. But the acting is great. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Steve J
Great colors, good story. The ending (the very, very tip ending just before the curtain falls) was a bit flat, though. After all that happened, I thought "Mmm.... Read morePublished 4 months ago by GJW
A powerful film. A great study in Japanese cinema. Full of cultural Japanese ideas that are excellently portrayed.Published 4 months ago by potzo
operatic - adjective, of, relating to, or characteristic of opera. extravagantly theatrical; overly dramatic. Read morePublished 8 months ago by vs
THIS is how I remember this film from the Thalia Art Cinema release in NYC back in the early 60's. I was dumbfounded when I first saw it. Dazzling color that you couldn't believe. Read morePublished 11 months ago by DAVID E HALL
A Treasured Piece !!!!! They are not making movies with the flavor of BY-GONE DAYS. The era was depicted beautifully.Published 12 months ago by Stephanie Char
The self-anointed 'dean' of Western critics of Japanese film, Donald Richie, famously said that GATE OF HELL (Japanese JIGOKUMON) was a "limp film with flaccid performances by... Read morePublished 13 months ago by David H. (Austin)