[Japanese Language Film - subtitled]
AKIRA KUROSAWA'S DREAMS - A stunning example of cinematic artistry.
God gave a gift to the world, and his name was Akira Kurosawa.
"Dreams" flows across the screen like the rich paint of a Van Gogh painting. Mr. Kurosawa opens his heart on many levels in the panoramic vision of life. His images mesmerize with beauty and haunt with meaning.
In one of the Dream sequences a Japanese soldier is haunted by the hounds of his memories of war. It was as though Akira was writing about my own father who was haunted by years of frontline combat during World War II. Which is a perfect example of what makes Mr. Kurasawa the master of cinema, his ability to find the universal humanity that touches all of us deeply.
Sit back and prepare to be permeated by Dreams.
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