1989 – Color - 135 min. – DIGITAL ANAMORPHIC WIDESCREEN (16:9)
Starring: MIKUNI Rentaro
BANDO Mitsugoro, KISHIDA Kyoko
MITA Yoshiko, TAMURA Ryo
MATSUMOTO Koshiro II, IGAWA Hisashi
and YAMAZAKI Tsutomu as TOYOTOMI Hideyoshi
Directed by: TESHIGAHARA Hiroshi
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Late in the 1500s, an aging tea master teaches the way of tea to the headstrong regent (de-factor ruler). Through force of will and courageous fighting, Hideyoshi becomes Japan's most powerful warlord, unifying the country. Rikyu, through the tea ceremony and floral arrangements, tempers his lord, helping Hideyoshi focus on a single flower or be in a simple room where the shape of a cup is of most importance. But other forces fuel Hideyoshi's ambitions: the Portuguese bring a globe and guns, and he believes he can conquer Korea and China. When Rikyu raises doubts about invading China, Hideyoshi demands an apology, and Rikyu himself must find courage in the way of tea.