The samuraiDVD - 2005 | French | Widescreen version.
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Subway chase with the cutting edge net of GaAs transmitter-wielding cops at that time:
I want flawless surveillance this time. You're in charge of surface vehicles. You cover the metro. I'll give you 50 men and 20 auxiliaries. You'll all wear a gallium arsenide transmitter.
You in trouble? Because of me?
--I've never been in trouble because of you.
akirakato commented that this quote at the start of the film did not exist in Book of Bushido but Melville's own:
“There is no greater solitude than that of the samurai unless it is that of the tiger in the jungle… Perhaps…”
It might have been fictional but sounded true: Warriors don’t fear or shun solitude, but rather befriend it. Knowing their chosen path often leads to hardships and even death, the warrior understands few will make the choice and therefore it will often be necessary to go it alone. And the warrior also knows that even with others, those who don’t follow the warrior’s path, he or she may be in solitude though in a crowd.
At times, warriors seek out solitude to hone their skills through meditation, exercise, and training. Other times, solitude is forced upon them due to the path they follow. Regardless, like the tiger in the jungle, the warrior treats solitude as a friend.
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