Rurouni Kenshin - Trust

What the studio says about this title:

Nineteenth century Japan: a land torn by warfare and rebellion where small bands of soldiers seek to overthrow the tyrannical Tokugawa Shogunate. Enter Kenshin, a young orphan whose fighting skills were honed by the great swordsman Hiko. But Kenshin’s soul is embattled much like the killing fields of Japan, his hopes for a new world peace at odds with his life of blood and killing. His world is thrown into further confusion by the arrival of a mysterious woman named Tomoe. Her kindness and attention show him a kind of life he didn’t know existed. Can she help the assassin become a real man? Or does she hide a secret that could destroy everything he has come to depend on? Join the battle and discover the enemy within.

Rurouni Kenshin is an excellent title, but it is not for the squeamish. This is one of those few animated titles I would describe as being like Braveheart in its scale and quality. It is a beautifully animated piece of art that I think is one of the best pieces of animation I have ever seen. However, while this title is wonderful, I would recommend against allowing young children to see this because this is a fairly violent and bloody title. If you do not mind a little blood and violence, then I would strongly recommend this title to anyone interested in watching a good anime with a highly refined story.


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