Unforgiven is a 2013 Japanese movie directed by Sang-il Lee. It’s a remake of Clint Eastwood’s Academy Award-winning 1992 western film of the same name, but re-imagined as a jidaigeki samurai movie.
- Original title
- Transliterated title
- Yurusarezaru Mono
- Release date
- September 13, 2013
- Directed by
- Sang-il Lee
- Written by
- Sang-il Lee (screenplay)
- 135 min.
- Eiren rating
- PG12 (Parental Guidance Requested)
- Distributed by
- Warner Bros.
After the fall of the Tokugawa shogunate, Hokkaido becomes home to pioneers looking to build new lives for themselves. One of these men, Jubee Kamata, is now living a quiet secluded life in Hokkaido with his children.
Jubee was once a famous assassin in Kyoto who killed at the behest of the Edo government. After the decisive Battle of Hakodate, he slipped away and fled to the north to escape the new government. Ten years ago, he gave up his sword for his late wife, but poverty causes him to be lured out of retirement by a particularly large bounty.
|Ken Watanabe||Jubee Kamata|
|Jun Kunimura||Masaharu Kitaoji|
|Koichi Sato||Ichizo Oishi|
|Yuya Yagira||Gori Sawada|
|Akira Emoto||Kingo Baba|
|Kenichi Takito||Tasaburou Himeji|
Trailer (English subtitles)Added 3 years ago
Second Teaser (Japanese)Added 3 years ago
Teaser (Japanese)Added 3 years ago
- Wikipedia (Japanese)
- Warner Japan to remake ‘Unforgiven’ at Variety
- Eastwood’s UNFORGIVEN Reimagined in YURUSAREZARUMONO at SciFi Japan