Kurosawa Film

Thu, 13 Jul 2017 13:09:00 GMT

The Week Magazine

Philosophy has a lot to learn from film
The Week Magazine
The philosophical puzzle at the core of Kurosawa's film is clear already: What if we can't really know and tell what's going on? If whatever account we produce about the world around us is a world unto itself, and each person's account is wildly ...

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 06:56:55 GMT

Firstpost

Before Dunkirk, here are films that highlighted events of World War II: Throwback Thursday
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Rashomon tells the story of a woman's sexual assault and her husbands' death from four different points of view: the woman's, the dead husband's ghost, the thief and murderer, and an eye witness to the situation. With this Kurosawa tries to explore how ...
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Thu, 20 Jul 2017 13:38:04 GMT

The State News

There Will Be Criticism: War for the Planet of the Apes
The State News
... that it rises to the level of film art, despite its ridiculous premise and comical franchise-status. I was shocked, depressed, thrilled, and moved to tears by a film that follows a band of intelligent apes at war with humans, the third in a prequel ...

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