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Rashomon 1950

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A rape and murder in medieval Japan are recounted in four flashback sequences, as seen through the eyes of the three people involved and a witness to the incident.

Directed By:
Akira KurosawaAkira Kurosawa
No image existsMachiko Kyo
Toshiro MifuneToshiro Mifune
No image existsTakashi Shimura
No image existsMinoru Chiaki
No image existsKichijiro Ueda
No image existsDaisuke Kato
No image existsMasayuki Mori
No image existsMasayuki Mori

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Rashomon Movie Review by ManMachine (11/13/2017)

You know - When it comes to the likes of 1950's Japanese cinema - I, for one, would much sooner watch a hilariously clunky "Godzilla" picture rather than endure this absurd, dry-as-dust "Art House" nonsense, any day.

And, speaking about the phrase "Art House" - That, to me, is just a hoity-toity term that excuses all...

(complete Rashomon review by ManMachine)

Rashomon Movie Review by David (12/14/2007)

This is a complex story of the different sides of truth, and how it affects time, and the people apart of it. The way the story unfolds from crime drama to psychologically emotion is the one of the main reasons of why this film has lost none of its original impact. Kurosawa gives us a particular scene to work with, and...

(complete Rashomon review by David)

Rashomon Movie Review by Movie Addict (3/29/2007)

Look at any trial. Attorneys for both sides present their version of the truth. Witnesses line up on either team and "testify" as to the "truth." How can there be so many versions of the truth? Truth may be in the eye of the beholder, but 99 times out of 100, it's not the real truth.

"Roshomon," by the incredible Japanese...

(complete Rashomon review by Movie Addict)

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