Actor, filmmaker and entrepreneur Yusuke Iseya says playing a swashbuckling Meiji Restoration era swordsman bound by a sense of vengeance in the latest film adaptation of the popular period manga and anime “Rurouni Kenshin,” touches on an issue he can relate to.
“He cannot move on with his life because he is held down by the past,” Iseya said, carefully choosing his words in English to describe his character, Shinomori Aoshi, a former spy loyal to the Tokugawa Shogunate who is betrayed by his superiors on the battlefield.
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Oguri Shun has accepted Kubozuka Yōsuke's challenge for ALS Ice Bucket Challenge!
But, to not to waste drinking water (perhaps because of the controversy on the loss of water) he used river water or sea water, obviously with the addition of ice XDDD
Well done! （＾ω＾）
I can’t wait!! XDDD
Through the TBS tv-show King’s Brunch we learn that Monkey Punch sensei has a small cameo in the movie ^_________^