[koo r-uh-sah-wuh; Japanese koo-raw-sah-wah]
- A·ki·ra [ah-kee-rah] /ɑˈki rɑ/, 1910–1998, Japanese film director.
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Kurosawa made two movies that showed you how to move—the excitement, joy, hydraulics, and all.What Asian Film Remakes Like ‘Oldboy’ Get Wrong
November 26, 2013
I read that it was based on a real-life commercial that your father shot with Kurosawa?
My dad and Kurosawa did a Suntory commercial which they shot at our house in San Francisco.
Lots of Citizen Kane, plenty of Kurosawa and Fellini, not quite as much French New Wave as you might think.Confession: I Never Liked Raging Bull
August 3, 2012
Conan the Barbarian wants to talk about Baudelaire, Kurosawa, his hopes and dreams.Conan Gets Emotional
August 21, 2011
- Akira (əˈkɪərə). 1910–99, Japanese film director. His works include Rashomon (1950), The Seven Samurai (1954), The Throne of Blood (1957), Kagemusha (1980), Ran (1985), and Madadayo (1993)