Bushido, a.k.a. “The Way of the Warrior” is the chivalrous code of the samurai that has influenced the Japanese way-of-life for centuries. This epic film spans several generations of a typical samurai family, and illustrates the intricate system of loyalty, honor and sacrifice which bound the samurai in ages past, and which, in many ways, persists to this very day.
Starring one of the greatest stars of Japanese film, Kinnosuke Nakamura (Shogun’s Samurai, Goyokin) in all seven roles.
Directed by Tadashi Imai (winner of over 30 international awards).
Includes seldom-seen aspects of Japanese society and culture.
Winner of the Golden Bear award at the 1963 Berlin International Film Festival.