All of that being said it was a good movie.
But the examples of Judas the betrayer and Peter the denier are the ones that suggest themselves.
The first all-color prime-time season came just one year later.
They are mainly made for children but often entertaining for adults as well.
I found that slightly too easy of a conclusion, because of everything that had been set up a critique of the shaky theological grounds for colonial-era Evangelisation, and a deeper exploration of martyrdom most notably.
The story is set in a time when it was common for the faith's adherents to hide from the persecution that resulted from the suppression of after the 1637—1638 against the.
The cinematography particularly blew me away.
But upon returning to Tomogi, he learns that a samurai and his men have been informed that there are secret Christians there and thus he will return to take hostages until the villagers agree to betray the Christians.