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Jôi-uchi: Hairyô tsuma shimatsu
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Samurai Rebellion (1967) More at IMDbPro »Jôi-uchi: Hairyô tsuma shimatsu (original title)

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Dialogue about how a woman bore a child for another man, and how she was tricked into it.

A baby is seen breast-feeding at a woman's breast, a nipple is barely visible.

A woman slaps and pulls the hair of another woman. Nothing graphic

A woman thrusts herself onto a spear. Her husband runs to her, but is stabbed. They die together.

A swordfight ensues afterwords. Some blood is shown, but it is after they are cut, otherwise blood doesn't come pouring out.

A man is stabbed through his torso as he leans against a door. All you see is the sword coming out through the door.

Two men engage in a swordfight. Very little blood.

A man is shot by multiple muskets. Little blood is shown.


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