The More Things Change

Chaos and transformation in Akira Kurosawa's films
by Bilge Ebiri   posted Jan 13, 2010

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what do you make of red which the protagonist changes completely over the course of the film (other examples of character's who ideologies shift could surely found as well in the woman in no regrets for our youth). of course anomalies exist within any given theory - your reading was still pretty splendid. cheers.
yawn22662   posted 04.02.10

Great piece. Always love Ebiri's stuff.
jhg   posted 17.01.10


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Toshirô Mifune and Takashi Shimura in Drunken Angel, directed by Akira Kurosawa
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January 6–February 4, 2010 Kurosawa Festival


Bilge Ebiri writes about film for New York magazine and Bookforum. He is also the director of the feature film New Guy (2003).

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