Compared to knights and samurai, chivalry? It's just a fairy tale for adults.

Eli 2022-04-23 07:01:09

Bushido, which is somewhat similar to chivalry, makes it easier for Europeans and Americans to understand, while chivalry is just a fairy tale for adults. Another interpretation of gangsters seems to be only the traditional Chinese characteristics of ancient literati festivals. The dynasty has endured for a long time. Everyone advocates reading and becoming an official. Scholars have been admired roles in all dynasties. The young lady of the brothel is welcome, thieves do not commit crimes, and sometimes they are exempt from tax, which is a proper privileged class. Both knights and samurai use swords to kill people, while Chinese literati only have pens and saliva, and then describe in the book that they can use swords to travel the world just like knights and samurai, eliminate evil and promote good, but they actually drink heavily all day. A stinky person who is proficient in eating, drinking, prostitution and gambling, and colluding with friends everywhere.

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  • Theo 2022-03-24 09:01:12

    Seventeen years later, the status of the classic sword film was officially established.

  • Leta 2022-03-25 09:01:05

    I just like this kind of things that have a blend of Eastern and Western cultures. War scenes, costume design, dialogue, lines, and dialogues are everywhere, the charm of Japanese bushido. The final battle is very domineering and I remembered the sentence We can not forget who we are, or where we come from. Forget about it~~

The Last Samurai quotes

  • Algren: [narrating] They are an intriguing people. From the moment they wake they devote themselves to the perfection of whatever they pursue. I have never seem such discipline. I am surprised to learn that the word Samurai means, 'to serve', and that Katsumoto believes his rebellion to be in the service of the Emperor.

  • Algren: [narrating] Winter, 1877. What does it mean to be Samurai? To devote yourself utterly to a set of moral principles. To seek a stillness of your mind. And to master the way of the sword.