What did samurai do when they weren't crossing swords in the name of honor? Set at the end of the Edo Period (1603-1867), veteran director Yoji Yamada's adaptation of three short novels by Shuhei Fujisawa, a respected author of samurai fiction, casts the legendary warriors as 19th-century salarymen indentured to their aristocratic bosses. Low-ranking samurai Seibei Iguchi (Hiroyuki Sanada) works for the Unasaka clan, maintaining and cataloguing the family's extensive cache of emergency provisions. While his co-workers visit geisha bars after work, Iguchi earns the mocking nickname "Mr. Twilight" by hurrying home at dusk to attend to his family. Mired in debt after hi...