What It Was Like Making One of Cinema's Bloodiest Samurai Flicks...
Cinema Tyler devotes this video essay to Japanese actor Tatsuya Nakadai, presenting excerpts from a post-screening Q&A with Nakadai to find out more about what it was like making The Sword of Doom (1966), one of cinema’s bloodiest samurai flicks.
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