Kurosawa Noir to
With his Golden Lion Win for Rashomon at the 1951 Venice Film Festival, Akira Kurosawa has been credited with paving the way for the international recognition of Japanese films. The Projector casts a spotlight on the early works of the prolific writer-director.
Drunken Angel and Stray Dog are considered Kurosawa’s first major works exploring the mood of post-war occupied Japan and mark the beginnings of an important, long and tumultuous collaboration with his muse, actor Toshiro Mifune.
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