<with a smile> Just be warned, that's ninety-one minutes of your life you'll never get back.
But... on that same page, someone has posted the whole of Yamada's 'The Twilight Samurai' (Tasogare Seibei) which easily rivals anything Kurosawa ever produced. It's an extraordinary film (one that won the equivalent of the Japanese Oscar for best picture) that captures the notion that there is a kind of perfection in laboring humbly all your life only to discover, as the end approaches, that you had greatness all along.
If you've not seen this film, and you enjoy great cinema, you'll have found a new treasure.
I guess I'm gonna have to up and kill ya even if yer already dead, Zombie-boy
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