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2010, 7:00 only

King Lear set in feudal Japan

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King Lear set in feudal Japan
Wed November 10
2010, 7:00 only

What’s remarkable is that the drama enhances the spectacle the same way the spectacle bolsters the drama. Few other directors had Kurosawa’s ability to convey the intimate as well as the epic, to handle stillness as well as violence. (K. Turan, L.A. Times)

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