Kurosawa

[ US /ˌkʊɹoʊˈsɑwə/ ]
NOUN
  1. Japanese filmmaker noted for blending Japanese folklore with western styles of acting (1910-1998)
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How To Use Kurosawa In A Sentence

  • In 1954, the film "Seven Samurai" directed by Akira Kurosawa is known as the pinnacle of the Japanese entertainment film.
  • Akira Kurosawa made three films based on Shakespeare plays.
  • Saw a Kurosawa movie after a long time. A very dark retelling of an anyway dark Shakespeare drama.
  • Kurosawa's, by contrast, exaggerate the theme, casting it in the hyperbolic terms of a dread-inducing and sometimes even apocalyptic horror.
  • In the same way that Twin Peaks was David Lynch riffing on the soap opera genre, so does Kurosawa riff on the family drama in Bright Future.
  • Beautifully shot as a blend of Kurosawa’s slow motion, Leone’slong shots, and Miike’shyper-kinetic action allof which is reinforced by the climatic showdown between sword and gun. Mission: What’s Your Favorite ‘Weird Western’? | Missions Unknown
  • Kurosawa's film conveys these messages without utilizing crude sadomasochistic images, yet it's a much more frightening film.
  • Kurosawa draws the best possible performances from these actors by staying true to the source's roots as a play.
  • Both beautiful and terrifying, the film combines Shakespeare with Kurosawa's unbeatable direction.
  • Twenty-one of Kurosawa's storyboards are also reproduced in the booklet.
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