Dir. Kenji Mizoguchi (1953) Hailed as one of the definitive works of Japan’s Golden Age of Film, Mizoguchi’s 1953 masterpiece takes place during the civil wars of the 16th century, as two peasants—a potter and an aspiring samurai—seek their fortune.
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