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Kagemusha Tatsuya Nakadai, Tsutomu Yamazaki, Kenichi Hagiwara Synopsis: A 16th-century thief's life is spared so he can double for a Japanese warlord. Directed by Akira Kurosawa. Format: Blu-Ray Color: Color Rating: PG Genre: Drama Runtime: 160 Year: 1980 Director: Akira Kurosawa


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  • Kagemusha available on November 12 2015 from Newegg for 28.95
  • Criterion available on February 02 2015 from Amazon for $20.74
  • UPC bar code 715515048415 ξ3 registered November 12 2015
  • UPC bar code 715515048415 ξ1 registered February 02 2015
  • UPC bar code 715515048415 ξ2 registered February 02 2015
  • Product category is Video Movie
  • Manufacturered by Criterion
  • 715515048415
  • # N82E168715515048415

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  • Product weight is 0.25 lbs.

References
    ^ Kagemusha (Blu-ray Disc, 2009, Criterion Collection) (revised Oct 2015)
    ^ (2009). Criterion, Criterion. Amazon. (revised Feb 2015)
    ^ (2015). Kagemusha, Image Entertainment, Inc.. Newegg. (revised Nov 2015)

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Wow, what a movie experience! "Kagemusha (The Shadow Warrior)" is my favorite film from direct Akira Kurosawa, which is saying one heck of a lot when one considers "Rashomon", "Seven Samurai", and "Ran". I sat riveted to the television screen during the entire presentation. It is a story of a petty thief who, because he looks very much like the great Warlord Shingen, is given the chance to redeem himself and play the great Warlord's double. The heart of the film is the inner change and new found str..
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KAGEMUSHA is the great 1980 drama involving a clan of 16th-Century Japanese warlords who want to deceive their enemies by having a common thief impersonate their murdered leader. This is a thought-provoking film about reality and illusion, as well as a visually inviting work filled with many striking scenes and compositions that Kurosawa films are known for. A memorable 6-minute opening shot of three identical-looking men, an elaborate dream sequence, and a harrowing montage of the aftermath of the final ..
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William Goldman, and American screenwriter, admonished aspiring screenwriters to begin scenes as close to end as possible. This is the sort of pacing that audiences--American audiences, at least--are accustomed to. Akira Kurosawa's "Kagemusha" is quite a different sort of movie than would ever be produced by the American or even the European mainstream movie industry.. Its scenes are long and talky, with periods of silence, and still cameras. The scenery, make-up, and mannerisms of the actors are exagger..
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