Bored Hatamoto 07, The: The Kaga Conspiracy

Bored Hatamoto 07, The: The Kaga Conspiracy
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THE BORED HATAMOTO VII: THE KAGA CONSPIRACY BORED HATAMOTO VII, THE: THE KAGA CONSPIRACY
AKA: Gozonji! Hatamoto Taikutsu Otoko VII; The Bored Hatamoto 7

Region 0 (ALL REGION PLAY / NO REGION CODE) - NTSC Format *CUSTOM DVD*

REMASTERED VERSION


Year:
1993

Running Time:
91 mins. approx.

Starring: KITAOJI Kinya, KAWAI Nahoko, KOMURAHiro, SATO Kei, KURODA Fukumi, NAGATO Hiroyuki, SHISHIDO Jo, SAKAI Masaaki

Directed by:
MATSUO Akinori

The seventh installment of this FANTASTIC series of stand-alone films is finally presented the way it should be - In GREAT QUALITY with PROPER removable English subtitles!!

(NOT FROM A HAWAIIAN TV RECORDING)

PLEASE NOTE: This installment of 'The Bored Hatamoto', as well as the other 8 films in this series, are STAND-ALONE movies. They are NOT sequels to each other, nor do you have to watch them in order to understand what is going on.


When Saotome Mondonosuke, master swordsman and ‘Hatamoto' (direct retainer of the Shogun), hears rumors of a Daimyo’s plot to overthrow the Tokugawa Shogunate, he launches a private investigation. With the help of his sister Kikuji, his faithful steward, Kinai, the Kaga Clan’s former fencing instructor and a mysterious woman named Kocho, they begin to unravel the twisted web of deceit, treachery and secrets within the Kaga Clan!

One of the most popular motion pictures of all time, 'The Bored Samurai' has been revived by talented young actor Kitaoji Kinya, the son of Ichikawa Utaemon, who made the role famous in more than 25 films. Saotome Mondonosuke is a 'Hatamoto' or direct retainer of the Shogun. The crescent shaped scar on his forehead is a license given him by the Shogun to kill anyone he deems to be a villain.

When Ichikawa passed away, it was thought that the character had died with him. But like Mondonosuke, who needs constant action to fight boredom, his greatest enemy, Kinya had to revive the role to honor his late father and carry on the tradition. A rousing success was recorded in these made for television movies, and this entry (the seventh) is no exception.

A strong performance that reflects well upon his father and an interesting story make this film required viewing.

Video: 4:3 Fullscreen Version
Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono
Language: Japanese Language
Subtitles: Removable English Subtitles

Bonus: Kitaoji Kinya Bio

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