❤ Sharing Folkworthy Stuffs ❤
15 Comments | Vintage
Wow never seen this pic! thank you so much!
Great picture and great movie. Thanks!
I suppose I don’t know enough about the situation but for some reason I’m suprised they’re looking so chilled and dorky so soon after the war.
I love this picture. He’s crouching down looking into the camera and it seems like he’s saying “look what my brain has produced”.
I dont remember half those guys being in the movie
I love all of Akira Kurosawa movies. I can never get enough.
And of course, Toshiro Mifune is acting like a total screwball.
Now I want to see this same picture, but taken by different people.
[Reminds me of one of my favorite subtle Simpsons jokes about Rashomon.](https://youtu.be/ZOBGGfacwYc)
K, I don’t make films, but if I did they’d have a samurai.
I didnt know this hat was a thing back in 1950
Whenever I watch Kurosawa films the characters always seem so real to me, I forget they are actors at all, their clothes are so worn and used looking, their expressions so weary and worn, they places they live in so *inhabited*… I can’t really explain what I mean very well but as an example of the complete opposite whenever I see something like a John Wayne film the characters look so crisp and shiny and new, it takes me out of it.
Hmmm, I haven’t watched a Kurosawa film in years, time to correct that.
I’ve seen this picture before but I remembered it being different.
This photo seems kind of surreal in the sense that everyone in this photo would have experienced 2 fucking nuclear bombs destroying their country only 5 years ago
Akira Kurosawa still reminds me of those crimson cavalries galloping towards death.
That is one of my most unforgettable scenes in the movie history.