Get ready for hard-hitting, hi-impact fight action from the cinematic tradition that brought you Ong Bak and The Warrior King.
Set in the ancient Kingdom of Ayothaya, this incredible true story brings to life the adventures of Yamada Nagamasa, a young Japanese Samurai warrior, who gave up his homeland to protect the sovereignty of the Thai people.
Betrayed and left for dead by treacherous Japanese forces, he finds a new family in a remote village and masters the devastating fighting art of Muay Boran (Thai boxing).
Fearless, he ascends to the royal bodyguard of King Naresuan The Great, but will soon face his greatest ever battle against the elite Japanese warriors he once regarded as brothers…
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Excellent bluray transfer. Picture quality is sharp and clean. Audio is balanced and clear. Yamada: Way of the Samurai itself is a story about a skilled fusion of Japanese and Thai martial arts and philosophy. Outstanding performances from Yamada and Kham. But I think Kham has it in the 'Don't Mess With Me Stare...' A definite one to watch if not buy.
Yamada: Way of the Samurai is an excellent and initiative new style martial art style movie. As it says in their description it is a blend of The Last Samurai and Ong Bak 2, which were both good movies. It's good and interesting, with a historically based story and good, original action scenes. I highly recommend it and it is well worth it.