Review of Rurouni Kenshin

30 minutes

Ten years after the start of the Meiji Era, a Rurouni wanders into Tokyo to find a new life with new friends. Vowing never to kill, he tries to escape his past as the Hitokiri Battousai, the greatest killer of the Bakumatsu.
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Aug 29, 2016 1:43AM EDT
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the choice to kill is never a good one but a man who could kill anyone the choice to stop killing with his double blade creates a journey even more compelling than his journey to be the best swordsman ever. in the era when east and west first met. japan is changing you no longer wield your blade as you pleased guns are becoming commonplace. the art of being a swordsman is now becoming absolute. the modern japan is coming through and a man with the double bade want a quiet life but his past keeps coming back. now all he must do is protect his friends and his love

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