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Shinnojo Mimura is a samurai sharing a hand-to-mouth existence with his beautiful wife, Kayo. Frustrated by his lowly status within the castle ranks, Shinnojo dreams of better days instructing children in the way of the sword. But destiny, it would seem, has other plans… A freak accident takes the warrior’s sight, leaving Shinnojo cursed. Losing his status and pride, his hopes and dreams, and even himself to this life of eternal darkness, only one path lies open for Shinnojo: That of the true and noble samurai.
Love and Honor – Tale of the fallen samurai.
Tremendous all three moves are a trilogy of the subtle, heart-felt everyday life in the end times of Samurai.Published 1 month ago by Julie Merwin
I was moved by this movie- great plot and even more exquisite twists by the end. I recommend it.Published 6 months ago by KriticalKustomer
this may not be your sort of Samurai film. If you want a good, solid, story with a lot of insight into Samurai and the society in Japan when Samurai were supreme, good movie. Read morePublished 8 months ago by R. L. Hume
An absolute incredible film......wonderful acting, action and story telling. I've ordered the other 2 (Yoji Yamada) films in this Trilogy, The Hidden Blade and TheTwilight... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Peter O. Gonder
How Samurai aspired to live an honorable life even when disabled. Wife is the epitome of loving devotion. We should all be so lucky to handle misfortunes like this.Published 12 months ago by Jim Kenny
This was a great story even if there were not a lot of fighting scenes. The title explains it all. Very enjoyable.!Published 13 months ago by Allen C/ Herndon
Taken as individual movies, or as a complete set, I think Love and Honour and it's other two companions are, in fact the best Samurai movies on DVD for an intelligent story, and... Read morePublished on March 25, 2013 by A. M. Steiner