Onimasa has a like-hate relationship with labor activist Tanabe (Eitaro Ozawa, lower right)
But all the things that make Onimasa arguably more admirable as a man are weaknesses in a yakuza boss, and the enemies he's made finally destroy his family, though not before he finally settles scores with Suenaga in a bloody showdown. By this time Matsue is a widow, but her time in Onimasa's household have made her tough and self-reliant. While Hanako spirals toward an early death, Matsue moves on with her life, but not before what the liner notes call the movie's most popular moment. Determined to pay her respects at Tanabe's funeral, she runs afoul of his aristocratic dad, who refuses to let her have some of his son's ashes. After a struggle she shoves him aside and faces down his flunkies. "I'm the daughter of the chivalrous man," she tells them, "I'm the daughter of Onimasa ... you better not fuck with me!"
This is Her Life: Kaori Tagasugi as Hanako Kiryuin, the title character for Japanese audiences.
Like father, like daughter: they don't take crap from anyone.
Harakiri to Ran (not to mention his spaghetti western Today It's Me, Tomorrow You) should like what they see here.
The trailer uploaded to YouTube by evilwrenchman is pure Japanese, but the above should give you some clue as to what you're seeing.