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The Film Stage 📽 18 Jun 14
Watch a documentary on one of Akira Kurosawa’s greatest films:
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Richard Castle 16 Aug 12
At the risk of waxing poetic, makes you want to do something with your life. ”Life is so short / Fall in love…”
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The Film Stage 📽 23 Mar 17
“It is the power of memory that gives rise to the power of imagination.” - Akira Kurosawa, born on this day in 1910.
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A Power 6 Mar 14
Kurosawa's on today. Pure cinematic joy.
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reallyquitetired 6 Apr 14
NB: If you want to stay up and watch a painfully beautiful film about a dying man, Kurosawa’s (1:10, ) snuggly fits the bill.
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Japan Info 27 Jun 15
”Ikiru”: Consequences of an Unexamined Life
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Y.Hori 堀義貴  HoriPro Oct 16
We revived the film "IKIRU" directed by Akira Kurosawa as a musical. The musical "IKIRU" is now being performed in Tokyo Japan, and has been a great success.
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Nuri Dec 18
Life is brief Fall in love, maidens Before the raven tresses Begin to fade Before the flames in your hearts Flicker and die For those to whom Today will never return.
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Noriko Sunamoto 砂本典子 Oct 22
One more precious week with the world premiere of the musical adaptation of 's in Tokyo! I've been so honored to be part of this amazing team! Just wanted to share this English website with my dear U.S. friends!
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Mr. Hat, PhD 8 Oct 15
"I can't afford to hate people. I don't have that kind of time."
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matte (Matt Cote) 21 Jan 18
The last moments of IKIRU with the song "Life is Brief" and him sitting in the park under the snow is probably as good as a scene can get, amazing ending!
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cathiest 20 Mar 16
"I don't know what I've been doing with my life all these years" my 1st time watching thank you
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TopFilmTip 9 Aug 15
Terminally ill bureaucrat learns To Live as he channels a failed life's worth of passion into building children's park 0055 Film4
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Pavan Jha 1 Jul 13
Recreated my lost post, "Ikiru Ka Anand - How I saved my Castle" here
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宮本亜門 Oct 23
New Japanese Musical on ! // Photo Flash: First Look At The World Premiere Of IKIRU, A New Musical Based On Akira Kurosawa's Film //
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CinemaExpress Jul 21
Japanese screenwriter, director and producer , who wrote some of ’s most famous films including (1950), (1952) and (1954), dies at 100.
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Rohit N Jul 26
seems to have written some of my most favorite works of including and . Ikiru is the most Un-Kurosawa like Kurosawa film and Throne of Blood is THE best adaptation of my most favorite Shakespearean text . What variety!(2/2)
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average noir  dame 13 Dec 16
i mean really ! Can a film be any more textured and rich ?!
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John Steven Rocha Nov 27
Replying to @TheRochaSays
Thank you to the Anaheim University Akira Kurosawa School of Film for asking me to host the panel and for hosting the event.
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☃️Toshiki(AVieW)☃️ Apr 17
しもきたワランドに 行ってきました(^^) さん さん さん さん
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