Following the events recounted in RurouniKenshin, Kenshin Himura lives in retirement, true to his oath to never wield his sword again. But the appearance of a mysterious villain threatening to overthrow the government will cause our hero to reconsider his stance. Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno is the first segment of the spectacular diptych that will conclude the warrior’s adventures.
Iwate, Japan, 1966. He has directed dozens of TV series and debuted in feature film with The Vulture (09). With Rurouni Kenshin (12), he took Nobuhiro Watsuki’s manga to the big screen.
Edition: 2014 Section: Focus Àsia Original language: