The Sword

The Sword

Kiyone Sakurai, an apprentice swordmaker makes a sword for his guardian, Kozaemon Onoda. Onoda breaks the sword while defending his lord which eventually leads to his death at the hands of Naito, when Naito demands to marry his daughter Sasae. Sasae vows to avenge her father's death and pleads for Kiyone Sakurai to make a special sword for her. So Kiyone and his fellow swordmaker Kiyotsugu go to the master swordsmith Kiyohide Yamatomori to learn their craft and forge the sword. - Will Gilbert

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:65 minutes
  • Release:1945
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

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The Sword torrent reviews

Eric S (ru) wrote: A must see for any Morphine fan. At The Brattle until Sunday.

Omar M (fr) wrote: This film has two great actors sleepwalking throughout their scenes and words can not describe how terrible the dialogue is. The story isn't bad but not plausible in the least either.

Bailey C (ru) wrote: In this movie, three things that happened were Erin Gruwell is a first time teacher in urban school and she is white while her student are colored and in gangs.She has one white student, and many Black, Mexican, and Asian students. Many of them are involved in house arrests, juvenile delinquent, crimes, and gangs.She teaches students about Holocaust, reading, writing, and life experiences.When her students are sophomores, one of her students asked, "Will we have same class next year?" Then, Erin said she doesn't teach juniors & seniors but she filed a complaint with the Long Beach Unified School District asking why she can't teach juniors and seniors. The headmaster then said, "You can teach them from now and on." "She tells her students good news "I can teach you from now and on." Her students were so thrilled that she can teach them.The themes in the story are racism white hate black people, students have gun in their pant, violence crimes and revenges by killing others because their friends are dead. I like this movie because it's based on true story and she teaches a lesson to her students to stop violence and she wants them read, and write in their journal.

Anna B (kr) wrote: Kinda manipulative and simplistic, but it did get to me a few times and I ended up enjoying it. That narration needs to go, though.

MF J (jp) wrote: This film tanked big at the box office but i can't honestly say why? I mean of course it's not a masterpiece but it's fun, well directed, beautifully shot, the budget is here, the cast is cool, man we have seen far worse doing better at the box office so what? I guess some films are just not coming at the right time. But this film remain one of my dear old favorite from my childhood because back then we didn't have yet Pirates of the Caribbean.

Leigh E (br) wrote: Epic and thought-provoking

Ms Amanda J (us) wrote: Dull plot and characters. If you want to hear a bad version of "It's In His Kiss", this movie's for you.

Greg W (it) wrote: one of the 'anti-war pics" a scathing satire

Hans M (nl) wrote: MST3K version. The only saving grace of this horrible Gamera film is the catchy theme song. Otherwise, it is awful. Guiron makes Baragon look like a perfectly reasonable evolutionary result. And the dubbing, don't get me started on the dubbing. The MST3K version, however, is just about one of the funniest ever. All the Richard Burton bits, plus the new lyrics for the Gamera theme add up to pretty much non-stop hillarity.

Paul D (au) wrote: A powerful and dramatic story about one poor man that relates volumes about individual psychology, political repression, and war.

Logan M (it) wrote: It's more of a B-movie than some sort of allegory, but it's an often terrifying one.