How often do you meet people who will sacrifice their lives for you?47 Ronin, a film that depicts pure loyalty and love is worthy of praise. The cinematography is suffice to deliver the plot perfectly. The story itself is not confusing and it piques your interest in where the story will head next. Every scene is full of emotions and knowing that this was filmed almost eight decades ago really grabs your attention. The details is so sympathetic to the surrounding which justifies your hunger for the old days. The acting was awkward but hey! that what makes old films more creative and interesting - young and pure.