Brave: Gunjyou senki
Top athletes of a big-time sports school travel back in time to the eve of the Battle of Okehazama!
Here comes Nobunaga Oda and Ieyasu Tokugawa! Young, modern athletes do not stand a chance against the strongest of samurais, and some of them end up being taken by the Oda clan. “I don’t care if it’s a great army we face. We’re going to take back our daily lives with our friendship and the abilities we gained from club activities!” Up against the mighty Oda Army, the students fight with archery, American football, baseball, fencing, and even advanced-level science. Witness the most creative action sequences!
Director Katsuyuki Motohiro
Actor Mackenyu Arata, Hirona Yamazaki, Nobuyuki Suzuki, Keisuke Watanabe, Tatsuomi Hamada, Jin Suzuki, Hiroki Iijima, Shodai Fukuyama, Kaho Mizutani, Kanako Miyashita, Tomohiro Ichikawa, Mitsuomi Takahashi, Haruma Miura, Kenichi Matsuyama
Japan｜ 2021｜ 115min｜ ｜
Katsuyuki Motohiro [Film Director]
Motohiro was born in 1965 in Kagawa. He began his career in a TV production company where he worked on late-night drama shows. In 1996, he made his theatrical debut with July Seventh, Sunny Day. His 1997 TV series, Bayside Shakedown, became a huge hit and scored a film adaptation which evolved into a six-part series. Motohiro directed all six of them, and Bayside Shakedown 2 (2003) earned 17.3 billion yen at the box office. Other works of his include Summer Time Machine Blues(2005), Psycho-Pass, and Maku ga Agaru(2015). He also serves as the director of Sanuki Film Festival.
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