Love and Honor Trailer

Love and Honor Trailer (2006)

01 December 2006 Drama, Romance, Foreign 121 mins

A look at the relationship between a young blind samurai (Kimura) and his wife, who will make a sacrifice in order to defend her husband's honor.

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Cast

Takuya Kimura

as Shinnojo Mimura

Rei Dan

as Kayo Mimura

Takashi Sasano

as Tokuhei

Kaori Momoi

as Ine Hatano

Nenji Kobayashi

as Sakunosuke Higuchi

Ken Ogata

as Magohachiro Kibe

Mitsugorô Bandô

as Toya Shimada

Crew

International Titles

L'âme du samouraï Trailer

Love and Honour Trailer

Bushi no Ichibun Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 26 August 2007

Production Companies

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