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Title Year Length (Minutes) MPAA Rating My Rating
Sukiyaki Western Django 2007 121 R 2.5 out of 5 ducks
Ending
In a western-style film set in Japan with two warring clans, each seeking a hidden treasure buried somewhere in this "western" town. Both sides seek to hire the unknown stranger, a Gunman who commands a third of whatever they find. Both sides want him: the red-wearing Heike clan and the white-wearing Genji clan, who've both come to take over the mountain village on Nevada. He decides to not join either, at the urging of the town's saloon barkeeper Ruriko. The story of the gold is explained in flashback, when the red clan leader kills Ruriko's son Akira in front of his wife Shizuka and son. Shizuka runs to her people (the white-clan and its leader); she's raped and becomes the bar matron and dancing entertainment, and is finally killed in front of her son whilst digging up the hybrid red-white rose and her husband developed (they've named it "love"). Lots of shooting and killing as is the western-style of films. The Heike leader ends up with a Gatling gun (discovered by the Genji guys) and mows down lots of the Genji guys, as Ruriko wanders around with her own six-shooter. Ruriko finally sets her sights on Heike guy, shooting him once for the mayor, and finally for Akira. The sheriff shoots Ruriko, another guy shoots the sheriff and the sheriff shoots him back; all three collapse. Ruriko was the legendary gunfighter "BB," student of gunslinger Bingo, the first in Japan. He kills the Genji leader, ending the last presence of the clans, restoring peace to the town. The bodies are buried, the Gunman takes a small handful of the gold, leaving the rest to the son of Akira and Shizuka, asking him to tend to the beloved roses, and reminding him that the only thing that matters is how he deals with this world. Gunman leaves, and the boy looks up, crying, and sees the revolver atop the chest of gold nuggets, and then to the roses, and smiles at the Gunman; the boy grows up to be the Italian gunslinger Django, and no one knows what ever happened to the roses. Moving film reel
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