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Le Château de l'araignée

Kumonosu jô

Réalisé par Akira Kurosawa
Japon, 1957
Action, Drame

Synopsis

Dans le Japon du XVIème siècle, deux généraux, Taketoki Washizu et Yoshiaki Miki, sont perdus dans les brumes et la forêt au retour d’une bataille victorieuse. Ils rencontrent une sorcière qui leur prédit que Washizu deviendra commandant du fort.

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