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  • Akira Kurosawa's Rashomon is widely thought to be the breakthrough for international recognition of Japanese cinema, but Mikio Naruse's 1937 film, now known as Wife!

    GreenCine Daily: Rouge. 10.

  • Everyone's testimony is cast in doubt and we, the audience, find ourselves in a "Rashomon" - like maze of uncertainty.

    Grim Days In Great Neck

  • The structure is "Rashomon"-like, but more than a touch of Martha Graham is apparent in the gravity and sexual violence with which the story is told.

    The New Yorker

  • James 'own mom -- while fashioning a meticulously balanced, "Rashomon" - type account of the' 93 incident and its aftermath.

    Variety.com

  • They are profuse with self-reference, unreliable narration, authorial asides and "Rashomon" - like shifts in point of view.

    NYT > Home Page

  • They are profuse with self-reference, unreliable narration, authorial asides and "Rashomon"-like shifts in point of view.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Mark Zuckerberg likely Oscar contender Jesse Eisenberg, as a "Rashomon"-style look at conflicting perspectives and as a portrait of our times.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • Co-written and directed by Jennifer Chambers Lynch (daughter of David), the little-seen crime thriller tells the tale of an FBI agent tracking a serial killer, who must rely on the multiple, 'Rashomon'-like points of view of three would-be victims.

    High-Def Digest: All High-Def Disc News

  • The session underlined the deep divide in Thailand that has given us all the ability to tell stories like in the film "Rashomon" - we talk about the same thing, but each ver-sion is different.

    The Nation - Breaking News

  • "Rashomon" - like recollections of the entire team, colored by their panic, confusion, bewilderment, and fear.

    The News is NowPublic.com - NowPublic.com: The News is Now Public

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