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Posted by on Feb 27, 2012 in Director’s Cut, Entertainment, Movies | 0 comments

Who’s the Hero? Akira Kurosawa on director’s cut

Who’s the Hero? Akira Kurosawa on director’s cut

Being from a nation obsessed with Entertainment, obviously my first post on IndianDragon is on Cinemas. Even India’s identity to certain parts of the world still remains through Bollywood and its no lesser counterparts from South.        Moving on , this post is not on commercial Indain Cinema or its fantasies it revolve around but rather an intuition into how we missed some of the great film makers or scintillating works from rest of the world. One such artist is Akira Kurosawa of Japan. Akira had the style of choosing plots for his movies from his own backyard or the Japan’s historic samurais. Most of his movies revolved around Samurai’s as the main character and he was brilliant enough to adopt some of Shakespeare’s tragedies like King Lear, Macbeth into his movies. Now one can see similar path followed by some Indian directors in choosing plots from Epic and Myth.        For n00bs, Akira was not only a guy who made good films but made...

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