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Svijet u paukovoj mreži: mehanizmi filmske adaptacije - Macbeth


Kurosawin je film Throne of blood iz 1957. godine, ekranizacija Šekspirove drame Macbeth, proizvod njegovog postrashomonskog stvaralačkog perioda. Zašto kažem postrashomonskog? Iako je bio kritiziran da je previše zapadnjački, 4,706 more words

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82. Yojimbo (#113)

Hosted by Andrew Quinn and Darren Mooney and this week with special guest Chris Lavery, The 250 is a (mostly) weekly trip through some of the best (and worst) movies ever made, as voted for by Internet Movie Database Users. 240 more words

The 250

Scandal (1950)

Directed by Akira Kurosawa

Have you seen Glengarry Glen Ross?  It’s that sales movie where Alec Baldwin delivers that “always be closing” speech about hitting your numbers.   1,553 more words

Rashomon (1950)

Directed by Akira Kurosawa

So Rashoman is one of Akira Kurosawa’s most famous films, maybe his second after Seven Samurai.  Screened at the Venice Film Festival, it was the first of Kurosawa’s to be seen widely by western audiences.   2,080 more words

Drunken Angel (1948)

Directed by Akira Kurosawa

Drunken Angel has more heart than you typically see in a film noir.  It starts with a late night meeting between two alcoholics, one a doctor and the other a member of the yakuza (mafia).   1,388 more words

No Regrets for Our Youth (1946)

Directed by Akira Kurosawa

No Regrets for Our Youth is a coming of age story about Yukie (Setsuko Hara), a young college student who transcends the initial melodramatic love triangle and turns into a selfless, honorable, otherwise anonymous member of the community. 1,401 more words

The Men Who Tread on the Tiger's Tail (1945)

Directed by Akira Kurosawa

World War II ended before Akira Kurosawa finished shooting The Men Who Tread on the Tiger’s Tail.  The film was made to be short, cheap and suitable to Japanese censors, but when the Allied forces took over they brought with them American censors who considered the subject of feudal Japan to be taboo.  1,075 more words