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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!”
“Everyone's testimony is cast in doubt and we, the audience, find ourselves in a "Rashomon" - like maze of uncertainty.”
“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.”
“James 'own mom -- while fashioning a meticulously balanced, "Rashomon" - type account of the' 93 incident and its aftermath.”
“They are profuse with self-reference, unreliable narration, authorial asides and "Rashomon" - like shifts in point of view.”
“They are profuse with self-reference, unreliable narration, authorial asides and "Rashomon"-like shifts in point of view.”
“Mark Zuckerberg likely Oscar contender Jesse Eisenberg, as a "Rashomon"-style look at conflicting perspectives and as a portrait of our times.”
“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.”
“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.”
“Rashomon" - like recollections of the entire team, colored by their panic, confusion, bewilderment, and fear.”
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