Rashomon Trailer (Akira Kurosawa, 1950)

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Definitely a film whose influence has transcended into other fields beyond film. This film was recommended viewing for a criminology class I once took.

Author — BlueHooloovoo

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The female actor, Machiko Kyo, died today of heart failure at the age of 95. RIP

Author — August Hayek

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One of the great movies that keeps you busy long after the final scene. Which story is true? Which story has a degree of truth in it? Is everyone lying to put themselves in a better light? It's completely up to the viewer what to believe and there's no definite answer.

Author — Alex K.

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One of the most influential films ever made: stunning in concept and breath taking in execution. As flawless a film as you will find.

This film opened the door for me to the work of Akira Kurosawa. I vividly remember seeing it in the cinema in the late 60's.

Author — youtubister

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I wish more of Kurosawa's movies had trailers as good as this one.

Author — TrevRockOne

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I was introduced to this movie in an undergrad film class, and my first viewing was a very powerful experience. I still remember all the scenes, and the story-telling was just so captivating for me.

Author — 코어잼스톤

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Those actors, music, story are much better than nowadays japanese cinema, this is the true spirit of japanese culture

Author — RocketCX SX

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this movie inspired many Hollywood directors, including Tarantino

Author — Nikolas Ngyn

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I saw this on TV at age 10 and I was inthralled. The light through the trees. The clouds. The various interpretations. The drama. I knew I was watching something unique and brilliant and I never forgot it. It is a haunting movie that lingers in your imagination. He was a genius.

Author — SD

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Yes, this is one of my favourite movies of all time because it shows us that different points-of-view are an integral part of life. We all need to have more "give and take" with each other as tolerance and forgiveness are the cornerstones of peace and justice...Wayne Kurtz.

Author — videopalitalia

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Un capolavoro senza tempo.! Graxie imperatore Akira.!

Author — piero f.

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i love how most people are sharing that they got to know about this film in variety of degree courses- filmmaking, criminology, etc. for me it was referred by my prof. in an english literature lecture explaining the concept of 'ideation'. it requires the reader to put different perspectives together in order to understand the text as a whole.

Author — piyusha

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this film is one of the lasting impressions of my youth... oh man kurosawa was a mad genius.

Author — Romy Ilano

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I can't wait for the upcoming Criterion Blu Ray release in November. Kurosawa's ability to have put out masterpiece after masterpiece amazes me.

Author — adNauseum100

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The Rashomon restoration was a join project of Kadokawa-Shoten and The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Lowry Digital (Reliance Digital) did the picture restoration. The audio was restored by Audio Mechanics.

Author — Oki Miyano

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Man, the updated soundtrack sounds *so* good.

Author — TrevRockOne

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the ending is great
leaves us with a good message of some hope in humanity..
well i actually don't know i watched this movie 7 years ago

Author — KS

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It's human to lie. Most of the time we can't even be honest with ourselves.

Author — RaiRaisWonderland

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The virgin work, Sanshiro Sugata, is also an amazing movie.

Author — WEB_ON_the_MARCH

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I can tell how much Tarantino was influenced by Akira and Sergio

Author — The Goon