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"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

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**Akira (1988) Director: Katsuhiro Otomo - To quote the book: "... animated masterpiece is the pinnacle of Japanese Apocalyptic science fiction."

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from JPoster.net

Kagemusha (1980)

Kagemusha (1980) - Akira Kurosawa --excellent movie( not so great if you want a typical hack-and-slasher drama but a compelling story)

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wylderart: Made a poster for the screening of Akira at the A115 film club! I’ve been working hard on the pre-show for this weeks screening as well, and its gonna be accompanied by a live Gamelan performance. Undoubtedly it’ll be a pretty cool shindig, so you should abandon all plans and come watch one of the most incredible animated movies ever with a bunch of cool people this Friday.

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from IMDb

Dreams (1990)

A collection of tales based upon the actual dreams of director Akira Kurosawa.

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Akira Kurosawa and the Art of Editing: "Akira Kurosawa possessed a masterful awareness of the filmmaking process, and those working close to him considered editing to be among his greatest talents… The following words on editing and Phil Baumhardt’s Profiles in Editing: Akira Kurosawa exemplify the filmmaker’s profound understanding of 'the invisible art' while the latter closely studies Kurosawa’s editing style and techniques in Seven Samurai."

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