Netflix premieres on its platform the first film of Kenshin, the Samurai Warrior


Netflix will add to its catalog the first film by Kenshin, the Samurai Warrior.

This first film was edited in Spain together with the following 2, for Average3which also offered them in Prime Video where they are no longer available. Netflix took over the exclusive rights to the two most recent, Beginning Y Final. The platform took over the rights to all three in other countries, so it is likely that. once the rights with the Spanish distributor are finished, be of the platform. If all goes well, it will arrive with a Spanish dubbing, with the distribution of the tapes already available in Netflix.

Kenshin Himura (Takeru Sato) is a famous samurai known for his skill with the katana and his coolness when it comes to killing. In the past he served the Ishin Shishi, a group of patriots fighting to return power to the Emperor, fighting hundreds of battles and taking many lives. But after finishing all the confrontations, he swears not to kill again and decides to go into anonymity to dedicate himself to traveling the country as a homeless man helping whoever he needs, as penance for all the deaths he caused. Ten years later, in 1878, Kenshin arrives in Tokyo where he meets Kaoru (Emi Takei), who invites him to stay at his dojo until he decides to wander again. However, the past that Kenshin tried to leave behind will soon come back to exact revenge on him. Adaptation of Nobuhiro Watsuki’s manga.