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Mugen`s a buck-wild warrior — violent, thoughtless and womanising. Jin is a vagrant ronin — mysterious, traditional, well-mannered and very strong as well. These two fiercely independent warriors cannot be any more different from one another, yet their paths cross when Fuu, a ditzy waitress, saves ... More them from being executed when they are arrested after a violent sword fight. Fuu convinces the two vagrant young men to help her find a mysterious samurai "who smells of sunflowers". And so their journey begins... Less
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Even though I am not a huge hip-hop fan (or one at all), and I don't normally enjoy shows that have only a nominal plot, I did feel at the end of "Samurai Champloo" that I had spent my time wisely watching it. Part of that is the well-rounded characters, who don't open up and reveal their pasts right away, but who chart a more realistic course of slow, hard-earned camaraderie. Part of it is the clear investment in the animation, which pays off in the form of exciting fights and elegant swordplay. And part of it is the revelation that there *is* a plot, and even when the show strays from it... read