Tag: Akira Kurosawa

Thoughts on Rashomon (1950)

In an era of manufacturing boring narratives, Rashomon is refreshingly unique and timeless. Akira Kurosawa is a genius story teller who talks about the nuances of a patriarchal society no different from many parts of the world even nearly 70 years later. Rashomon is also ode to the fact that actions speak louder than words … Continue reading Thoughts on Rashomon (1950)