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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

Akira Kurosawa would paint characters, even entire scenes, before they were ever filmed. Today, we call it story boarding. Yet another way that Kurosawa defined film as an artistic medium. What a visionary!

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

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

Film poster for Ran by Akira Kurosawa (1985)

Kurosawa is nuts - here is one of his storyboards. He hand painted all the storyboards for the movie "Ran" over the course of several years.

Himeji Castle Pictures, The castle has been featured extensively in foreign and Japanese films, including the James Bond movie "You Only Live Twice" (1967), and Akira Kurosawa's Kagemusha (1980) and Ran (1985)

A scene from Kurosawa's 'Ran' - cavalry action during a castle assault.