Akira Kurosawa’s contributions to movies are evident, and his role in shaping the art form as a pioneer is indisputable today. A master of staging large-scale battles and small personal dramas alike, his decades of films illustrated his range and knack for creating powerful images. In fact, even as early as 1960, still in his prime, his skill behind the camera was recognized by the world. At the top of his game, bringing a new-found international respect and enthusiasm to Japanese cinema, he faced one of the most inexplicable and cruel reassessments in film history.
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