"Rashomon"- Akira Kurosawa.Four views of a murder and rape. The Japanese film is famous for the way it shows a series of events as seen by the different caracters. None of the caracters has the same version of the events. Each version is coloured by the person telling it.This is Hans Hillman's Poster for Kurosawa's Rashomon
Akira Kurosawa (1910–1998), was a Japanese film director, screenwriter, proucer and editor. He directed a number of highly regarded films such as Shanshiro Sugata, Drunken Angel, Rashomon, The Idiot, Ikiru, Seven Samurai, Sanjuro, Yojimbo, Dodesukaden, and Dersu Uzala. After the mid-1960s, he became much less prolific, but his later work, including his final two epics, Kagemusha and Ran, continued to win awards, including the Palme d'Or for Kagemusha, though more often abroad than in Japan.
"Ever hear of the movie Rashomon? It’s about a murder and rape that happen in Japan, and the story is retold by each person who experiences it. And each one has a different view of the story, because of who they are and what they saw.”