Hara Kiri Death of a Samurai 3D Blu Ray 2011

Hara Kiri Death of a Samurai 3D Blu Ray 2011

Year: 2011
Country: Japan
Producer: Takashi Miike
Duration: 2h 8 min.
Genre: Drama 3D
Format 3D: Blu Ray 3D
Cast: Kôji Yakusho, Munetaka Aoki, Naoto Takenaka, Hikari Mitsushima, Eita Nagayama, Ebizô Ichikawa
Subtitles: English
IMDB: 7.3
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Wanting to die with dignity, the impoverished samurai Hashiro asks for permission to commit ritual suicide in the ancestral residence of the Li clan. The old warrior Kageyu, the quartermaster of the estate, tries to dissuade him and tells the tragic story of the young Ronin Motoma, who recently turned to the residence with the same request.

The terrible details of Motoma's death shock Hashiro, but he remains firm in his decision and asks for only one thing: that when performing hara-kiri, three Kagei samurai should be with him. However, by a strange coincidence, all three samurai disappear. Overwhelmed with suspicion, Kageyu demands an explanation from Hashiro and learns about Hashiro's connection with Motom.

touching and sad story of their lives. Soon, Kageyu realizes that Hashiro has appeared at his house to take revenge in the movies Hara Kiri Death of a Samurai 3d blu ray.

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Takashi Miike's second straight tribute to the samurai genre is a well-crafted and finely honed object. It's more consistent than Miike's previous samurai film, 13 Assassins, although that also means it lacks anything as great as that film's final battle. But what sets Hara-Kiri apart is its willingness to not just offer a pastiche of these films but genuinely question their values in a way that is still challenging to the contemporary viewer.

Through a series of events told partially in flashbacks, Hara-Kiri poses the question of how relevant our values are -- whether they be highly codified values like honour or the more nebulous instincts that guide us today -- in the face of human suffering. The ronin that we see humiliated and killed in the first act is not guilty of breaking some arcane samurai bylaw but of doing something most of us would find disgraceful. But as the film goes on it argues that we should hold compassion even for people such as this, and that honour is ultimately irrelevant in the face of social suffering. In an age of recession and austerity, where so many try to cling to their ideas of what they or other people "deserve", this is an important message.

It's an easy film to appreciate and a difficult one to love -- there's a kind of coldness to this set of Miike's movies that seems out of place with the gonzo enthusiasm of his earlier work. And doubtlessly it will be too slow and cerebral for some. But its critique of not just a canonized genre but the way in which we view ethics makes it well worth seeing.

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Latest comments (2)
  1. 3D Enthusiast
    Guest
    5 December 2021 14:04
    Wow, what a powerful and moving story! This is NOT a fun movie, but sad and somewhat depressing, yet extremely well done in my humble opinion.

    Unfortunately, the website owners have lied again about the available language; this movie is NOT in English but does have English subtitles. I have commented before on other video posts about their lies in this regard, as well as other lies too.

    Personally I do not recommend this video in 3D. The 3D is very week for some odd reason, and the filming is very dark making it even harder to see clearly while wearing shaded 3D glasses. Even in 2D the movie is still very dark, so if you RIP the ISO in either format, try and have the software edit the video to add brightness, contract, and saturation to help improve the output quality for better viewing.

    I can’t figure out why the website owners keep providing what they call a “Review 3D Movie” section, because, the information offered always seems PLAGIARIZED from the Internet Movie Database regarding a 2D viewing of the movie. This is a very annoying practice and should be STOPPED, or, at least give the original reviewer the proper CREDIT they are due. Below is more proof of their ongoing and disgraceful deceptions.

    https://www.imdb.com/review/rw2733345/

    I suggest simply giving a link to the Internet Movie Database webpage for these movies, rather than continued plagiarization from this resource which seems like a lot more work for such a despicable practice.
  2. Wookiee
    Member
    20 January 2023 07:20

    Can you please upload a half sbs or ou version of this?

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