How Akira Kurosawa Framed Rashômon
by Mr Nerdista
Akira Kurosawa’s Rashômon weaves together several different eyewitness accounts of murder and possible rape. In this video essay, Mr. Nerdista takes a closer look at the way Kurosawa frames his characters, using the camera to creating a unique visuals style corresponding to each character’s subjective account of what actually happened that day.
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