The Idiot movie
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  • I haven't read The Idiot myself, but I found this film to be a very moving and tragic film about human values

    • by limonar
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      Japanese master director Akira Kurosawa here tries to depict a famous work in literature, Dostoyevskis The Idiot. Kurosawa has moved the story to Japan, which also has

      been done by the director with works of Shakespeare for example. The film is rather long, around 3 hours, but still it doesn’t feel a minute to ...

      • long. I haven’t read The Idiot myself, but I found this film to be a very moving and tragic film about human values. The characters feels very
        real which is very important in a drama film. Beautiful images as always with Kurosawa and high quality acting makes this one of best early films of the director.



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