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Akira Kurosawa's Dreams
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Akira Kurosawa's Dreams 1990


From Amazon: One of the most visionary, deeply personal works in the 60-year career of the master behind Rashomon, The Seven Samurai and Ran. Featuring eight episodes rich in imagery and insight (and casting MARTIN SCORSESE as a feisty Vincent Van Gogh), it explores the costs of war, the perils of nuclear power and especially humankind's need to harmonize with nature. You will be enchanted ... and enthralled. (read more)

Directed By:
Akira KurosawaAkira Kurosawa
Written By:
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Starring:
No image existsAkira Terao
No image existsMeiko Harada
No image existsHisashi Igawa
Martin ScorseseMartin Scorsese
No image existsMitsunori Isaki
No image existsChishu Ryu
No image existsMitsuko Baisho
No image existsChishu Ryu
No image existsToshihiko Nakano
No image existsYoshitaka Zushi
No image existsToshie Negishi

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Akira Kurosawa's Dreams Movie Review by AJ (4/16/2006)

One of Kurosawa's very last films, Dreams sparkles with the sublime knowledge of a man nearing the end of his years, a man who has seen everything yet still is desperate to see more; a man who, in essence, has fulfilled his existence on this plane but who is just beginning to make his journey into the next. It's a...

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