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Age of the Samurai “: Netflix Introduces Japanese Documentary Warrior Based on Producer’s Guide to The Dictator

Netflix launches Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan, a documentary drama about the warring kingdoms of feudal Japan, which is described as a true Game of Thrones. The series is a co-production with the Smithsonian Institution in Canada, run by Blue Ant Media.

The show explores the warring kingdoms of feudal Japan as several powerful military leaders struggle to become absolute rulers. He brings epic warriors to life through a stylized drama that pays homage to the graphic novel noir and Japanese art.

It tells the story of Data Masamune, the infamous samurai known as the One-Eyed Dragon who fought alongside Japan’s three founders, the generals who led fierce samurai armies against each other 400 years ago to unite the nation. It is believed to be the inspiration for the design of Darth Vader’s iconic helmet. As a child, he took out his own eye when he contracted smallpox, killed his younger brother to secure his inheritance, and soon after conquerering neighboring clans to unite more most of northern Japan under his control.

The series is produced by Simon George, who portrays Nat Geo Origins: The Journey of Humanity starring Jason Silva, The Barbarian Rise of History and the documentary Pariah: The Life and Death of Sonny Liston. George will be executive producer along with CEO and co-founder David Brady, President Keith Harrison and senior executive Matthew Bui.

The first episode launches on Netflix on February 24, 2021

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