Sunday Oct 29 01:00 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
Museum members: $10.00
General Admission: $12.00
About the Film:
Part of Akira Kurosawa Retrospective
Directed by Akira Kurosawa. Japan. 1975. Russian and Chinese with English subtitles. 161 min.
Kurosawa was pulling himself out of a suicidal depression when he agreed to helm this Soviet-Japanese co-production, which went on to win the Oscar for Best Foreign-Language Film. When Captain Vladimir (Yuri Solomin) and his Siberian forest expedition meet a diminutive mountain man, Dersu Uzala (Maksim Munzuk), at their rural campsite, a friendship begins that will span decades. Kurosawa perceptively and subtly explores the inevitable clash of civilization and nature, focusing on a relationship between two men who are very different yet share a kindred spirit. From Siberia’s beautiful wooded landscapes to its pitiless, snow-ravaged wastes comes this timeless evocation of man’s fateful, often fractured place in the world. In Russian and Chinese with English subtitles.
There will be a short intermission during this film.
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- Human Lanterns (人皮燈籠)
- Dirty Ho (爛頭何)
- Mad Monkey Kung Fu (瘋猴)
- Buddha’s Palm (如來神掌)
- Legendary Weapons of China (十八般武藝)
- Shaolin Temple (少林寺)
- The Boxer’s Omen (魔)
- Black Magic 2 (勾魂降頭)
- Bastard Swordsman (天蠶變)
- Holy Flame of the Martial Wo…
- Martial Arts of Shaolin (南北少林)
- The Eight Diagram Pole Fight…
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