The Last Revenge Aka Ikon Ari

(Japanese Movie)
The Last Revenge Aka Ikon Ari (DVD) Japanese Movie
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The Last Revenge Aka Ikon Ari

The Last Revenge Aka Ikon Ari

  • Video
  • NTSC Widescreen 16:9
  • Audio
  • Japanese
  • Subtitle
  • English, Japanese, Chinese
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
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  • Title : The Last Revenge Aka Ikon Ari / 遺恨あり 明治十三年 最後の仇討
  • TV Station / Studio : Japan TV Asahi
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2011
  • Listing date : 29 Mar 2012
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Directed by
  • Minamoto Takashi
  • Cast by
  • Fujiwara Tatsuya , Matsushita Nao , Ozawa Yukiyoshi , Yoshioka Hidetaka , Kitaoji Kinya
  • Synopsis
  • In the fifth month of Keio 4 (1868), on the brink of the new Meiji era, Usui Watari, the administrator of the small domain of Akizuki in Kyushu, and his wife, were assassinated. Blazing anger grew in their son, Rokuro (Fujiwara Tatsuya), who had witnessed their tragic deaths. However, the period dealt a cruel date to Rokuro. Vengeance, once a samurai's virtue since the Kamakura era 700 years ago, has now transformed into murder - a crime that should be hated - with the passage into the Meiji era. Then in 1870, Rokuro created a great debate when he finally carried out his revenge. Should he be praised as the "model of a filial samurai"? Or should he be judged a mere "murderer"? Furthermore, the enemy he had attacked was a person who had a job as a judge.

    Base on a true story...

  • Synopsis
  • In the fifth month of Keio 4 (1868), on the brink of the new Meiji era, Usui Watari, the administrator of the small domain of Akizuki in Kyushu, and his wife, were assassinated. Blazing anger grew in their son, Rokuro (Fujiwara Tatsuya), who had witnessed their tragic deaths. However, the period dealt a cruel date to Rokuro. Vengeance, once a samurai's virtue since the Kamakura era 700 years ago, has now transformed into murder - a crime that should be hated - with the passage into the Meiji era. Then in 1870, Rokuro created a great debate when he finally carried out his revenge. Should he be praised as the "model of a filial samurai"? Or should he be judged a mere "murderer"? Furthermore, the enemy he had attacked was a person who had a job as a judge.

    Base on a true story...