History Film / LoveAndHonor

23rd May '15 4:55:41 PM TastySauce
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The movie shows the desperate measures Kayo goes to in trying to secure them a living, how Shinnojo comes to terms with being an invalid, and how he manages to keep both love and honor. It has been described as a domestic drama, and it is, while still including one {{seppuku}} and one duel, as any self-respecting Samurai flick should.
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The movie shows the desperate measures Kayo goes to in trying to secure them a living, how Shinnojo comes to terms with being an invalid, and how he manages to keep both love and honor. It has been described as a domestic drama, and it is, while still including one {{seppuku}} and one duel, as any self-respecting Samurai samurai flick should.

* DeliberateValuesDissonance - a lot. Especially [[spoiler: how loveable hero Shinnojo throws his wife out of the house for, basically, being raped.]]
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* DeliberateValuesDissonance - a A lot. Especially [[spoiler: how loveable hero Shinnojo throws his wife out of the house for, basically, being raped.]]

* FiveStagesOfGrief - Shinnojo goes through four of them. First he tries to hide it, then he behaves like a tyrann in his house and he wants to commit seppuku, then he [[spoiler: trains once again for a last, sightless duel.]] He leaves out the perhaps most desperately undignified one, Bargaining. Not that he makes Anger look good.
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* FiveStagesOfGrief - Shinnojo goes through four of them. First he tries to hide it, then he behaves like a tyrann tyrant in his own house and he wants to commit seppuku, then he [[spoiler: trains once again for a last, sightless duel.]] He leaves out the perhaps most desperately undignified one, Bargaining. bargaining. Not that he makes Anger anger look good.

* GoryDiscretionShot - we don't ge to see the Seppuku. We just hear it and see the castle inhabitants' dread and grief. * HappilyMarried - the Mimuras in the beginning [[spoiler:and in the end again.]] * InterestingSituationDuel - a blind persion fighting without any magical compensation makes for a rather desperate interesting situation.
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* GoryDiscretionShot - we We don't ge get to see the Seppuku.seppuku. We just hear it and see the castle inhabitants' dread and grief. * HappilyMarried - the The Mimuras in the beginning [[spoiler:and in the end again.]] * InterestingSituationDuel - a A blind persion person fighting without any magical compensation makes for a rather desperate interesting situation.

* PoliticallyCorrectHistory - Shinnojo's idea of a Kendo school for all castes and with a positive learning environment.
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* PoliticallyCorrectHistory - Shinnojo's idea of a Kendo kendo school for all castes and with a positive learning environment.

* {{Samurai}} - as human beings of all ages and personalities. * {{Seppuku}} - The nice, old clerk who accidently has poisonous shell fish served. The typical way these scenes are handled gets subverted: While the clerk is expectedly stoic and dignified, when they hear him groan, half the people in attendance start openly bawling. * VomitDiscretionShot - used smoothly twice in a row. * YamatoNadeshiko - Kayo, the time and culture is correct
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* {{Samurai}} - as As human beings of all ages and personalities. * {{Seppuku}} - The nice, old clerk who accidently accidentally has poisonous shell fish shellfish served. The typical way these scenes are handled gets subverted: While while the clerk is expectedly stoic and dignified, when they hear him groan, half the people in attendance start openly bawling. * VomitDiscretionShot - used Used smoothly twice in a row. * YamatoNadeshiko - Kayo, the time and culture is correctcorrect. ----
23rd May '15 4:51:22 PM TastySauce
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''Love and Honor'' (武士の一分, ''Bushi no Ichibun'', literally "Warrior's Honor"), released in 2006, is the third film in Creator/YojiYamada's acclaimed Samurai Trilogy. All three films are based on the short stories of Creator/ShuheiFujisawa. It's somewhere in Japan during the Edo period and {{samurai}} Shinnojo Mimura daily risks his life for his lord - as a food taster. He and four colleagues are each served a portion of their lord's meal; if they don't drop dead, the food is considered safe. While not glamourous or fulfilling, this job pays roof and meals for Shinnojo, his wife Kayo and their old servant Tokuhei who live [[HappilyMarried together happily]], if [[DeliberateValuesDissonance not by modern values.]]
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''Love and Honor'' (武士の一分, ''Bushi (''Bushi no Ichibun'', literally "Warrior's Honor"), released in 2006, is the third film in Creator/YojiYamada's acclaimed Samurai Trilogy. All three films are based on the short stories of Creator/ShuheiFujisawa. It's somewhere in Japan during the Edo period and {{samurai}} Shinnojo Mimura daily risks his life for his lord - as a food taster. He and four colleagues are each served a portion of their lord's meal; if they don't drop dead, the food is considered safe. While not glamourous glamorous or fulfilling, this job pays roof and meals for Shinnojo, his wife Kayo and their old servant Tokuhei who live [[HappilyMarried together happily]], if [[DeliberateValuesDissonance not by modern values.]]
10th Jul '14 9:35:25 AM Pyrite
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''Love and Honor'' (武士の一分, ''Bushi no Ichibun'', literally "Warrior's Honor"), released in 2006, is the third film in [[YojiYamada Yoji Yamada's]] acclaimed Samurai Trilogy. All three films are based on the short stories of ShuheiFujisawa.
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''Love and Honor'' (武士の一分, ''Bushi no Ichibun'', literally "Warrior's Honor"), released in 2006, is the third film in [[YojiYamada Yoji Yamada's]] Creator/YojiYamada's acclaimed Samurai Trilogy. All three films are based on the short stories of ShuheiFujisawa. Creator/ShuheiFujisawa.
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