|Directed by||Ryuhei Kitamura|
|Produced by||Shinya Kawai|
|Written by||Ryuhei Kitamura
|Music by||Nobuhiko Morino|
|Distributed by||Micott Inc.|
Aragami (荒神, also known as Aragami: The Raging God of Battle) is a 2003 Japanese action film directed by Ryuhei Kitamura. It was Kitamura's contribution to the Duel Project, a challenge issued by producer Shinya Kawai to him and fellow director Yukihiko Tsutsumi to film a feature-length movie with only two actors, battling in one setting, in only the time frame of one week.
Two seriously wounded samurai find refuge from a storm at an isolated temple, the home of a swordsman and a mysterious young woman.
One samurai awakes to find that not only has his comrade died, but that his wounds have miraculously healed. He discovers that he has been given the power of immortality by the swordsman, a man once known as the legendary Miyamoto Musashi, who now lives an endless existence as Aragami, a "god of battle".
The film was shot between May 29, 2002 and June 7, 2002.
- 2LDK – Yukihiki Tsutsumi’s Duel Project film.
- "The Making of Aragami". Tokyo Shock DVD. Retrieved November 10, 2016.
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