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‘13 asesinos’ se sitúa durante el shogunato de Tokugawa. Comienza cuando Naritsugu, el medio-hermano del shogun, se vuelve una figura peligrosa para la estabilidad política. El ministro de defensa es obligado a tomar acciones en secreto, y para ello contacta a Shinzaemon, un viejo samurai cuya habilidad estratégica es clave para resolver el conflicto sin que se exponga el caso a los habitantes del imperio. 583 more words

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13 Assassins is violent and stunning review trailer

A brother of the Shogun, the evil and sadistic Lord Naritsugu is above the law and commits a string of brutal atrocities across the length and breadth of a feudal Japan. 486 more words

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Film Review: 13 Assassins 

Name: 13 Assassins
Country: Japan
Release Date: 2010
Director: Takashi Miike
Writer: Kaneo Ikegami,
Daisuke Tengan
Actor(s): Koji Yakusho (Shinzaemon Shimada) 834 more words

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Netflix Pick: 13 Assassins

Adapted from Eiichi Kudo’s 1963 film of the same name, Takashi Miike’s 13 Assassins turns familiar tropes into one of the more memorable action films in recent years. 341 more words

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"13 Assassins" on streaming video (2010, Koji Yakusho, Goro Inagaki)

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Taking place in the mid-1800s in Feudal Japan, “13 Assassins” is the story of 13 men (12 samurai and 1 very strange man) who are tasked with assassinating a cruel, evil Lord (played by Goro Inagaki) to prevent him from attaining more power and wreak havoc throughout the entire country. 414 more words

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13 Assassins (2011)

When a brutal sociopath becomes next in line to take power over a then peaceful Japan, a small group of samurai are dispatched to prevent him from reaching his kingdom and taking the throne. 245 more words

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Asian Cinema Recommendations: Thirst, 3-Iron, and Thirteen Assassins

Looking to get into Asian cinema? The following article briefly reviews (spoiler-free) three acclaimed, yet accessible films from diverse genres.

Thirst (Horror, Drama, Romance) – 9/10… 611 more words

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