Kurosawa (2000)


Directed by: Adam Low

Stars: Akira Kurosawa, Sam Shepard, Paul Scofield

Language: English

Subtitles: English (hard – for Japanese parts)

Country: Japan | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Dvdrip

Description: Akira Kurosawa was arguably the most important Japanese filmmaker who ever lived; he was certainly among the most revered and most influential. His award-winning feature Rashomon was one of the first major international successes in Japanese filmmaking, convincing many western cineastes for the first time that Japan had a national cinema worth investigating, and his subsequent body of work — including Ikiru, The Seven Samurai, The Hidden Fortress, Throne of Blood, Yojimbo, and Ran — is emotionally rich and esthetically compelling in a way few filmmakers can match.
Kurosawa is a documentary which explores the personal and professional lives of this giant of world cinema, including interviews with his friends, family, contemporaries, actors, fellow filmmakers, and noted cinema historians — and in archival clips, Kurosawa himself.


1.53GB | 115:34mins | 714×364 | mkv

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2 Responses to Kurosawa (2000)

  1. François Coulombe says:

    Excellent documentary about a wonderful director. I was gladly surprised to see behind-the-scenes footage from his early films.

  2. Robbytag says:

    For Cinema history lovers and also for Kurosawa movie lovers whose black and white movies we enjoy even today

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