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After discussing every Akira Kurosawa film in detail on the show, we conclude our retrospective with the herculean task of trying to rank all of his films. Listeners, you’re in luck, because you’re getting two lists for the price of one! We each have... more
Akira Kurosawa’s final film Madadayo (Not Yet) recounts the stories of famed Japanese writer Hyakken Uchida and functions as a meta-commentary of the director’s historic career. Sanshiro’s Boys celebrate the 1993 film’s immaculate vibes, Kurosawa’s u... more
This is the one Richard Gere is in! Yes, that Richard Gere. In 1991, Akira Kurosawa returned one last time to a subject matter that has cropped up several times throughout his filmography: nuclear anxiety. Rhapsody In August, a small, intimate family... more
These guys do their due diligence, and they do Kurosawa well; however, they get some stuff wrong (they especially miss some stuff in Ran, I think). But, this is just killer podcast and I would love to hear Timothy and Chris do another podcast together.
Loved your podcast! I’ve periodically searched for years for any “Kurosawa” mentions in podcasts, so what a dream come true when you guys came along. more
I had begun my pursuit of Kurosawa movies with “Ran” in June of 2020, and have gone through nearly all of his movies in the year it’s been since then. It’s been a splendid endeavor, but as any niche pastime goes, I’ve had trouble finding people to share my excitement for these movies with. more
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Sanshiro's Boys launched 3 years ago and published 35 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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