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Throne of Blood

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Macbeth is reimagined as a samurai in feudal Japan in director Akira Kurosawa's classic adaptation of the Shakespearean tragedy. Familiar with Orson Welles's more faithful adaptation, Kurosawa chose to place a more personal stamp on his version by ... Read More
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Taketoki Washizu
Yoshaki Miki
Noriyasu Odagura
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Kuniharu Tsuzuki
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