Synopsis by Perry Seibert
Kazuo Kuroki's Ronin-Gai transpires during the final years of the time when samurais figured prominently in Japanese society. The title town is filled with prostitutes and samurai who have been disgraced. The hedonistic warriors are presented with the possibility of redemption when the women of the town are threatened.
Japanese [nationality], ronin, Samurai, social-outcast, brothel, prostitute/prostitution, restaurant, redemption