Never have I seen a movie this relatable, this mesmerizing and thought-provoking.
I was watching an anime recently that, kind of strange, a harem anime that talks about something deep, deep about the soul of a people, and the customs and culture of a race and a nation.
I picked up this movie, The Last Samurai, to try to untangle what it is seemed to be foggy and messy.
To a westerner, no one has ever experienced the Western Democracy Revolution in the East Asia. But as an Asian, as a Chinese that understands fairly about our history in the past centuries, I could deeply relate to the situation that Japanese had one century ago. As Japan was reformed and rebuilt by Westerners in the 18th and 19th century, whereas China was more or less influenced by the western cultures but not entirely changed.