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Author: 松竹映画 ; 原作野上彌生子 ; 脚本赤瀬川原平, 勅使河原宏 ; 監督勅使河原宏. 勅使河原宏. 赤瀬川原平. 三國連太郎, 山崎努, 三田佳子, 森天富士郎, 西岡善信, 武滿徹. 野上彌生子, ; ; Hiroshi TeshigaharaGenpei AkasegawaRentarō MikuniTsutomu YamazakiAll authors
Publisher: Hong Kong : Panorama Entertainment : [Distributed by] Panorama Distributions Co., ©2003.
Series: Riben ying hua bai nian shi, 33.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : JapaneseView all editions and formats
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Breaking a self-imposed silence in the cinema for seventeen years, Teshigahara Hiroshi (of The Woman in the Dunes fame) made this brilliant comeback as a cineaste with this striking film. Late in the 16th century, an aging Buddhist priest teaches the way of tea to a headstrong Shogun. Through force of will and courageous fighting, Hideyoshi becomes Japan's most powerful warlord. Rikyu, on the contrary, through the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographical films
Historical films
Fiction films
Feature films
Motion pictures, Japanese
DVD
Drama
Named Person: Rikyū Sen; Hideyoshi Toyotomi
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: 松竹映画 ; 原作野上彌生子 ; 脚本赤瀬川原平, 勅使河原宏 ; 監督勅使河原宏. 勅使河原宏. 赤瀬川原平. 三國連太郎, 山崎努, 三田佳子, 森天富士郎, 西岡善信, 武滿徹. 野上彌生子, ; ; Hiroshi Teshigahara; Genpei Akasegawa; Rentarō Mikuni; Tsutomu Yamazaki; Yoshiko Mita; Fujio Morita; Yoshinobu Nishioka; Tōru Takemitsu; Yaeko Nogami; Shōchiku Kabushiki Kaisha.; Panorama Entertainment.
OCLC Number: 61154418
Language Note: In Japanese with optional traditonal Chinese or English subtitles.
Notes: Originally released as a motion picture in 1989.
Credits: Satsuei, Morita Fujio ; bijutsu, Nishioka Yoshinobu ; ongaku, Takemitsu Tōru.
Cast: Mikuni Rentaro, Yamazaki Tsutomu, Mita Yoshiko.
Description: 1 videodisc (approximately 135 min.) : sd., color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: NTSC.; DVD ; code ; Dolby digital 5.1, Stereo.
Series Title: Riben ying hua bai nian shi, 33.
Responsibility: Shōchiku Eiga ; gensaku Nogami Yaeko ; seisaku Akasegawa Genpei, Teshigahara Hiroshi ; kantoku Teshigahara Hiroshi.

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Breaking a self-imposed silence in the cinema for seventeen years, Teshigahara Hiroshi (of The Woman in the Dunes fame) made this brilliant comeback as a cineaste with this striking film. Late in the 16th century, an aging Buddhist priest teaches the way of tea to a headstrong Shogun. Through force of will and courageous fighting, Hideyoshi becomes Japan's most powerful warlord. Rikyu, on the contrary, through the tea ceremony and floral arrangements, tempers his lord, helping Hideyoshi focus on a single flower or the shape of a cup. But when the Portuguese bring guns to Japan, Hideyoshi believes that he can conquer the world. When Rikyu raises doubts about invading China, Hideyoshi demands Rikyu to commit hara-kiri. --

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