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Ran. One of the last films of Kurosawa, carries the experience and the sensitivity retained by filmmaker in 40-year career Brings a feudal Japanese view on the story of King Lear Kurosawa is recognized by critics as one of the greatest filmmakers of all time It was the most expensive film produced in Japan until now

In this article from the film review website Screened, the author describes the ways in which Akira Kurosawa based some of his films on Shakespeare's plays. "Ran" (1985) presents the story of King Lear in a more tragic form, with Lear being a fundamentally bad man. The author describes the similarities and key changes between the play and the film, showing the influence of Shakespeare's plays in the modern era and the ways in which the story has changed through time. Gene Hasegawa

Watercolor Whale Painting - Print titled, "Fathoms Below" Boat, Whale Art, Whale Print, Beach Decor, Whale Nursery, Humpback Whale Painting

Watercolor Whale Painting - Print titled, "Fathoms Below", Nautical, Beach Decor, Whale Nursery, Whale Art, Whale Print, Humpback Whale

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Shakespeare in Love; Gwyneth Paltrow as Queen Elizabeth

Incríveis Escultura com lápis por Federico Uribe

Pencil sculpture by Federico Uribe

the Merchant of Venice

The Nightmare Before Christmas

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Samurai wearing jingasa and kamishimo. Hakama 袴 'trousers' traditionally formed part of an outfit called a kamishimo (上下 or 裃), worn by samurai and courtiers Vintage and Antique Oriental Finds www.rubylane.com #rubylane @rubylanecomduring the Edo period. Nowadays hakama is worn only on formal occasions or for religious services. Hand-coloured photo, late C19th, Japan.