Shogun ist der Titel einer US-amerikanischen Fernsehserie nach dem gleichnamigen Roman des britisch-amerikanischen Schriftstellers James Clavell. nach dem Roman von James Clavell, Regie: Jerry London (Shogun; ). Ja die Serie endet sowohl bei der DVD-Box als auch im TV und im Buch so. This made for Tv costume drama mini series focuses on Englishman John Blackthorne whose ship reaches Japan in only to find the country on the.
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Im Dienste der Niederlande hat sich der Engländer John Blackthorne als Navigator der `Erasmus' mit einer Handelsflotte in Richtung unbekanntes Japan begeben. Dort wird die Flotte von einem heftigen Unwetter in asiatischen Gewässern überrascht. Shogun ist der Titel einer US-amerikanischen Fernsehserie nach dem gleichnamigen Roman des britisch-amerikanischen Schriftstellers James Clavell. nach dem Roman von James Clavell, Regie: Jerry London (Shogun; ). Ja die Serie endet sowohl bei der DVD-Box als auch im TV und im Buch so. This made for Tv costume drama mini series focuses on Englishman John Blackthorne whose ship reaches Japan in only to find the country on the. Shogun. zum Trailer. Sehr erfolgreiche Miniserie nach dem Weltbestseller von James Clavell über einen Engländer, der Anfang des Jahrhunderts in. Bestseller-Autor James Clavell erzählt diese mitreißende, preisgekrönte Geschichte von Liebe und Krieg vor der beeindruckenden Kulisse des höfischen Japan. Die 10 Episoden umfassende Miniserie Shogun basiert auf dem gleichnamigen Roman von James Clavell und folgt dem englischen Segler John Blackthorne.
This made for Tv costume drama mini series focuses on Englishman John Blackthorne whose ship reaches Japan in only to find the country on the. Jetzt Verfügbarkeit von Shogun überprüfen. Nach einem Schiffbruch strandet um der englische Navigator John Blackthorne an der japanischen Küste. Bestseller-Autor James Clavell erzählt diese mitreißende, preisgekrönte Geschichte von Liebe und Krieg vor der beeindruckenden Kulisse des höfischen Japan.
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He also discloses Mariko's secret but vital role in the grand deception of his enemies, and, as a result, how she was destined to die, helping to assure his coming final victory.
The warlord knows that Blackthorne's karma brought him to Japan and that the Englishman, now his trusted retainer and samurai, is destined never to leave.
A different voice-over narrates that when the Emperor of Japan offered Toranaga the title of Shogun, he 'reluctantly agreed'. A heavily truncated minute edit of the miniseries was released in to European theatrical film markets.
The theatrical version contains additional violence and nudity that had been removed from the NBC broadcast version.
The DVD release has no episode breaks and is divided over 4 discs, with bonus features on disc 5. Only three of the Japanese actors spoke English in the entire production: Shimada, Obayashi, and Okada.
At the time of filming, Shimada knew very little English, and heavily relied on her dialogue coach to deliver her lines phonetically.
The English words that she could not pronounce were substituted or overdubbed in post-production. Clavell said he was originally opposed to Richard Chamberlain's casting, wanting Albert Finney.
However he was extremely happy with Chamberlain's performance: "He's marvelous", said Clavell. The success of Roots , as well as Jesus of Nazareth , resulted in many other miniseries during the s.
Its An average of It was also noted that during the week of broadcast, many restaurants and movie houses saw a decrease in business.
The home VCR was not yet ubiquitous and still expensive in The Japanese characters speak in Japanese throughout, except when translating for Blackthorne; the original broadcast did not use subtitles for the Japanese dialog.
As the movie was presented from Blackthorne's point of view, the producers felt that "what he doesn't understand, we [shouldn't] understand".
The miniseries was reported to have been negatively received in Japan, where it was broadcast in on TV Asahi , as the series' fictionalization of events in the 16th century seemed frivolous and trivial.
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Guns and Europe's modern military capabilities are still a novelty and despised as a threat to Japan's traditional Samurai warrior culture.
England and Holland seek to disrupt Portuguese and Catholic relations with Japan and establish ties of their own through trade and military alliances.
Erasmus is blown ashore on the Japanese coast at the village of Anjiro during a storm. Yabu puts Blackthorne and his crew on trial as pirates, using a Jesuit priest to interpret for Blackthorne.
The Japanese, who know only the Catholic version of Christianity, are shocked by the gesture. Yabu sentences Blackthorne and his crew to death.
However, Omi, who is quickly proving himself as a clever adviser, convinces Yabu to spare them to learn more about European ways.
Omi throws the Erasmus crew into a pit to "tame" them, and tells them Lord Yabu has ordered that they pick one amongst them other than Blackthorne to die, so that the others may live.
Blackthorne leads his crew in a futile resistance, but they are easily cowed by Omi. One of them is taken and is boiled alive, to satisfy Lord Yabu, who cruelly enjoys such spectacles.
To save his crew, Blackthorne agrees to submit to Japanese authority. He is placed in a household, with his crew held in the pit as hostages to ensure his submission.
On Omi's advice, Yabu also plans to confiscate the guns and money recovered from Erasmus , but word reaches Lord Toranaga, the powerful president of the Council of Regents.
Toranaga sends his commander in chief, General Toda "Iron Fist" Hiro-matsu, to take Erasmus and the crew to gain an advantage against Toranaga's main rival on the council, Ishido.
Blackthorne is given the name Anjin Japanese for navigator or pilot because the Japanese can't pronounce his name.
Blackthorne insists on being addressed respectfully, as Omi is, and is therefore known as Anjin-san "Honorable Pilot".
Hiro-matsu confiscates Erasmus and takes Blackthorne and Yabu back to Osaka, where the meeting of the council is taking place at Osaka castle, which is Ishido's stronghold.
They travel by one of Toranaga's galleys, piloted by the Portuguese pilot Rodrigues. Blackthorne and Rodrigues find themselves in a grudging friendship, despite being required to stay at arm's length due to their national and religious enmity.
Rodrigues tries to kill Blackthorne during a storm by sending him forward just as a wave breaks over the deck, but is himself swept overboard by the next wave.
Blackthorne not only saves Rodrigues but safely navigates the ship to Osaka with all aboard. At Osaka, Blackthorne is interviewed by Toranaga through the translation of the Jesuit priest Martin Alvito, who is more sophisticated and higher up in the Jesuit hierarchy, and therefore realizes the dangerous threat that Blackthorne presents.
Blackthorne demands that Alvito tell Toranaga that the priest is his enemy. He reveals to a surprised Toranaga that the Christian faith is divided and that other European countries intend to sail the Asian waters now that the Spanish Armada against England has been defeated.
The stunned Alvito is honor-bound to translate as Blackthorne, the sworn enemy of his country and religion tells Toranaga his full story. The interview ends abruptly when Ishido enters, curious about the barbarian Blackthorne.
Toranaga has Blackthorne thrown into prison as a ruse to keep him from Ishido. Blackthorne is then befriended by a Franciscan friar in the prison, who reveals further details about the Jesuit conquests and the Portuguese Black Ship , which each year takes the vast profits from the silk trade between China and Japan back to Europe.
He is taught some basic Japanese and a little about their culture. Blackthorne is then taken from prison by Ishido's men, but Toranaga intervenes, capturing Blackthorne from his rival and making Ishido lose face.
In their next interview, Toranaga has the Lady Toda Mariko translate. She is a convert to Christianity, torn between her new faith and her loyalty, as a samurai, to Toranaga.
During this second interview with Blackthorne, Toranaga is incredulous when Blackthorne reveals that Portugal has been granted the right to claim Japan as territory by the Pope, and how the Spanish and Portuguese are exploiting the New World in both South America and Asia in the name of spreading Catholicism.
During his stay with Toranaga at Osaka Castle, Blackthorne is attacked unsuccessfully by an assassin who is revealed to be a member of the secretive Amida Tong , a group of operatives who train all their lives to be the perfect weapon for one kill.
After the assassin is dispatched, Toranaga summons Yabu the next day for questioning, since Hiro-matsu says Yabu would be one who would know how to hire them.
Yabu is truthful but evasive in his answers, adding more fuel to Toranaga's distrust of him. It is also hinted that the Jesuits may have hired the assassin to kill Blackthorne, to prevent him from revealing any more of what he knows.
The Council of Regents' negotiations goes badly and Toranaga is threatened with forced seppuku by the council. To escape the verdict, and to paralyze the council since five regents are needed for any decisions, and a new appointment seems politically unlikely , Toranaga resigns from the council.
He departs the castle in the guise of his consort in a litter , leaving with a train of travelers. Blackthorne inadvertently spots the exchange and, when Ishido shows up at the gate of the castle and nearly discovers Toranaga, Blackthorne saves Toranaga by creating a diversion.
In this way, he gradually gains the trust of Toranaga and enters into his service. Toranaga's party reaches the coast but their ship is blockaded by Ishido's boats.
At Blackthorne's suggestion, a nearby Portuguese ship is asked to lend cannon to blast the boats clear but, in return, the Jesuits seeing the presence of a Protestant pilot in Toranaga's confidence as a grave threat will only offer aid to Toranaga in exchange for physical custody of Blackthorne.
Toranaga agrees and the ship clears the coast. The Portuguese pilot, Rodrigues, repays his debt to Blackthorne by having him thrown overboard to swim back to Toranaga's ship.
Toranaga's ship escapes by staying alongside the Portuguese ship as both pass through the gap left between the opposing boats. Toranaga and his party return to his ship, which then goes back to Anjiro.
Blackthorne slowly builds up his Japanese-language skills and gains an understanding of the Japanese people and their culture, eventually learning to respect it deeply.
The Japanese, in turn, are torn over Blackthorne's presence as he is an outsider and a leader of a disgracefully filthy and uncouth rabble , but also a formidable sailor and navigator with extensive knowledge of the world outside Japan.
As such, he is both beneath their contempt and incalculably valuable. A turning point is Blackthorne's attempt at seppuku upon finding out that Yabu has threatened the peasants with death if Blackthorne does not learn Japanese within six months.
In so doing, he shows his willingness to give up his life in payment for theirs, despite the Christian injunction against suicide.
The Japanese prevent this attempt as Blackthorne is worth more alive , but they also come to respect this 'barbarian' for his knowledge and attempts to assimilate to their culture.
When he also rescues Toranaga in an earthquake, he is granted the status of " samurai " and hatamoto — a high-status vassal similar to a retainer, with the right of direct audience.
As they spend more time together, Blackthorne comes to deeply admire both Toranaga and specifically Mariko, and they secretly become lovers.
There are many internal conflicts between the 'Eastern' Japanese and 'Western' cultures — especially to do with diet, obligations, hierarchies, loyalties, and — more particularly — the essence of 'self'.
Blackthorne is also torn between his growing affection for Mariko who is married to a powerful, abusive, and dangerous samurai, Buntaro , his increasing loyalty to Toranaga, and his desire to return to the open seas aboard his ship Erasmus to capture the 'Black Ship' — the main conduit of silk and wealth from China to Japan.
Eventually, he visits the survivors of his original crew in Yedo , and is astonished at how far he has ventured from the standard 'European' way of life which he now sees to be filthy, vulgar, and ignorant , and he is actually disgusted by them.
Blackthorne's plans to attack the 'Black Ship' are also complicated by his respect and friendship for his Portuguese colleague, Rodrigues, who is now to pilot the vessel.
He returns to Osaka by sea with his crew and with many samurai granted to him by Toranaga. Unforeseen by Toranaga, a replacement regent has also been chosen.
Ishido hopes to lure or force Toranaga into the castle and, when all the regents are present, obtain from them an order for Toranaga to commit seppuku.
At the castle, Mariko in response to Toranaga's orders defies Ishido and forces him to either dishonor himself by admitting to holding the Samurai families as hostages or to back down and let them leave.
When Mariko tries to fulfill Toranaga's orders and to leave the castle, a battle ensues between Ishido's samurai and her escort, until she is forced to return.
However, she states that since she cannot disobey an order from her liege lord, Toranaga, she is disgraced and will commit suicide.