Three Outlaw Samurai (Japanese Cinema 1960s Series)

Three Outlaw Samurai (Japanese Cinema 1960s Series)

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Part of the Japanese Cinema 1960s series co-presented with the Japan Foundation

Dir. Hideo Gosha. 1964.
95 min. 35mm. B&W.
In Japanese with English subtitles.

Based on a popular television series of the same name also directed by Gosha, Three Outlaw Samurai features three ronin who find themselves accidentally entangled in the conflict between a group of peasants and their local magistrate. While initially reluctant to get involved, the three quickly make up their mind as to for which side they will fight. A dash of humor, attitude, and style accompanies this action-packed picture. Janus Films.

'The result is cinematic magic, the perfect blend of blood and tears, a film worth watching over and over again.''Mike Street, The Asian Reporter

'[Gosha is] a genius at staging action.''Stephen Hunter, The Washington Post

This project was supported in part by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Watch a trailer for Three Outlaw Samurai

Event Details

12 November 2010
1:45pm - 3:15pm

725 Park Avenue, New York, NY

Pre-registration for this program is closed. Cancellation tickets might be available on the day of event. Note: Registered tickets can be picked up starting at 5:00 pm on the day of event. Tickets not picked up by 6:35 pm will be forfeited.