Rashômon (羅生門)

Kurosawa Akira’s famous film from 1950 is loosely based on a short story by Akutagawa Ryûnosuke and features a mesmerizing Mifune as its villain. And now, it has apparently entered the public domain. Meaning it can be downloaded for free, here.
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2 Responses to “Rashômon (羅生門)”


  1. 1 Klaus March 9, 2007 at 9:30 pm

    Hi and welcome on board the Japan-Blogger-Club 😉
    A really nice blog you got yourself here!

    Concerning Rashomon: I can’t believe my eyes, there’s actually the whole movie available to be watched online… but great links, thanks a lot!

  2. 2 ombreflessuose January 12, 2014 at 7:53 am

    Voglio lasciarti i mei auguri di un felice anno nuovo su questo scritto: la bellezza del film, la bravura di T. Mifune e l’ eccellenza di A. Kurosawa mi hanno davvero colpita e quando capita lo rivedo volentieri
    Ogni bene a te
    Mistral


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