Check out this upcoming new martial arts movie which is called Crazy Samurai: 400 vs. 1, and it is supposed to come with one hell of an action sequence.
The movie comes from Japanese martial arts icon Tak Sakaguchi, and the film will show a 77-minute single-take action scene. That’s one continuous shot that won’t involve any kind of editing.
“The highlight of this extraordinary film is a 77-minute action sequence shot in one continuous take, a ‘marathon battle [that] rivals any ever filmed’ (Forbes). Director Yuji Shimomura (Death Trance, Re: Born) has crafted an epic achievement in action choreography around Sakaguchi, who plays Japan’s most legendary swordsman—Miyamoto Musashi (1584-1645), a warrior undefeated in at least 60 documented duels—as he takes on his most difficult battle.”
The synopsis reads:
“When a master samurai arrives to duel the disgraced Yoshioka dojo, he walks into an ambush. In a stunning, one-take action film sequence, Miyamoto Musashi (Sakaguchi) fights for his life against 400 warriors, earning a place in history as the Crazy Samurai Musashi.”
CRAZY SAMURAI: 400 vs. 1 will be almost 92 minutes long, and it will release on the martial arts streamer HI-YAH! on February 12, 2021, and then on Digital, Blu-ray, and DVD drop on March 2 from Well Go USA Entertainment.