Samurai Spy
Samurai Spy (1965)

A seemingly simple assignment sends a warrior for hire into a labyrinth of danger and intrigue in this intelligent and expressive action vehicle from filmmaker Masahiro Shinoda. In Japan in the year 1614, Sasuke Sarutobi (Koji Takahashi) is… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: January 1, 1965
DVD Release Date: October 25, 2005
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Stella Dallas
easily as confusing as any spy film i've ever seen but i like it for shinoda's eye. his films have almost film noir style. and also...NINJAS!
danny d
very inventive. the story was creative and deep. the only flaw in fact is that the story was too deep, so deep that parts were very confusing. alot of… More
Keiko Aya
A form of Art? Probley or just a low budget filmed Samurai flick. To many it has a very strange plot to fan's of these kinds of films THIS ROCK'S!… More
Chris Browning
After watching and thoroughly enjoying the noir-like look at the under belly of Japan and the yakuza in Pale Flower, I was excited to see Masahiro… More
Luke Baldock
Samurai Soy was made during the cold war and reflects both the paranoia and uncertainty of the time. It's a tale of spies being caught between sides.… More
A fun samurai movie, part of Criterion?s Rebel Samurai boxed set, but probably my least favorite of the three films in the set I?ve seen. The story is… More