A Tale of Archery at the Sanjusangendo

A Tale of Archery at the Sanjusangendo

In A Tale of Archery, young, timid bowmaster Kazuma (Akitake Kôno) seeks to beat the archery record set by Hoshino Kanzaemon, a mysterious figure who, it is rumored, drove the previous champion (Kazuma’s father) to suicide. Possessed of much raw talent, Kazuma is also very much a coward, holing himself up in an inn run by the kindly Okinu (Kinuyo Tanaka) and generally avoiding confrontation of any sort. Despite his clandestine manner, enough of the locals know of Kazuma’s purpose and an attempt is made on his life. He is saved by Karatsu Kanbei (Kazuo Hasegawa), a samurai who offers to help Kazuma hone his archery skills, though it soon becomes clear that this apparently selfless stranger has several potentially shady ulterior motives.

In A Tale of Archery, young, timid bowmaster Kazuma (Akitake Kôno) seeks to beat the archery record set by Hoshino Kanzaemon, a mysterious figure who, it is rumored, drove the previous champion (Kazuma’s father) to suicide. Possessed of much raw talent, Kazuma is also very much a coward, holing himself up in an inn run by the kindly Okinu (Kinuyo Tanaka) and generally avoiding confrontation of any sort. Despite his clandestine manner, enough of the locals know of Kazuma’s purpose and an attempt is made on his life. He is saved by Karatsu Kanbei (Kazuo Hasegawa), a samurai who offers to help Kazuma hone his archery skills, though it soon becomes clear that this apparently selfless stranger has several potentially shady ulterior motives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Colin S (ag) wrote: A masterpiece. Like Wes Anderson but with actual human beings.

Mike D (fr) wrote: Only half as bad as expected, which isn't saying much. What gives John Krasinski??

Tony B (fr) wrote: A little long, a little too random, with an unsatisfying ending but there were more than a few real laugh out loud moments and scenes that I really enjoyed.

Robin P (ca) wrote: Greed, greed, greed, produces evil galore...and Bette Davis plays it well and almost gets what she deserves in the end. Not my favorite of hers but well worth the watch.

Adrian B (fr) wrote: Very painful and dull to watch

April W (it) wrote: It is a great representation of the good Germans in this world!

Matt B (ca) wrote: Four spell-binding interviews all edited to show the matching threads through each man's distinct story. However, there has yet to be a documentary made that can't be ruined by the use of puppets for re-enactments.

Ignacio A (us) wrote: a good mystery movie but it is kinda predictable

Peter H (au) wrote: Turned of halfway threw to boring chick flick about a writer trying to get somewhere in life and why on the way has a romance with an older bloke

Lia P (it) wrote: I really liked this movie. I thought John Corbett's perfomance was wondeful. As a person who has participated in community theatre, I am well aware of the love triangles and dressing room dramas that unfold off stage. Some wonderful quotes from one of my favorite plays.

Jonathon W (it) wrote: Funny, weird, original, and creative.

JuanKa P (ag) wrote: De Juan Jos Campanella nos lllega esta pelcula en la que Rafael (Ricardo Darn) se encarga del restaurante de la familia en medio de su catica vida, En medio de este panorama, la relacin con su hija, su ex mujer y su padre Nino (Hector Alterio) quin est empeado en retomar los votos matrimoniales con su esposa Norma (Norma Alejandro) quien sufre de Alzhaimer sometern a Rafael a un complicado panorama emocional que requerir de mucho aprendizaje y lecciones de vida interesantes

Bill M (br) wrote: Watching felt like homework.

Aidan H (jp) wrote: Take a sixth form scriptwriter, the Hollyoaks film crew and as many day-time TV stars as you could get for free and you could still make a film ten times better than this load of wannabe socio-political wank. Shot in deep-focus (to hide the fact that it's filmed outside the Asda car park), BP comes over more like an omnibus of a TV soap opera and its sprinkling of well-known faces do nothing to lessen the effect. Its weak, condescending dramas like this that used to get all the UK film funding ten years ago. Thankfully, those days are long gone. Abysmal.

Elester W (mx) wrote: Poor acting by some of the main characters made some serious parts funny. Even though I would not recommend anyone to see this movie I would re-watch it.

Eliabeth W (ag) wrote: Not bad at all. Good zombie fun.

Ian C (gb) wrote: A real feel of 'St. Vincent' and 'Grosse Point Blank' off this. Rourke needs to bring his plastic surgeon (s) to court. Good fun.

Chris F (br) wrote: This film seemingly struggles to find its way much like the story of Chet Baker's life. There are moments of brilliance in cinematography seen throughout Chet's attempted return to greatness that reel you in. These scenes accompanied with an absolute masterpiece of cool jazz score leave you wanting more. It isn't until the films climax that the audience feels completely satisfied with the journey to the start of the credits. A well crafted film with great performances by Ethan Hawke and Carmen Ejogo.