1950: Rashomon


– Director: Akira Kurosawa

– Stacker score: 93.8

– Metascore: 98

– IMDb user rating: 8.2

– Runtime: 88 minutes

Akira Kurosawa’s tale of unreliable narration is so influential that there’s an official term bearing its name. That’s not to mention the film’s lasting influence on cinema itself, being one that continues to this day. Witness a brutal crime from four unique perspectives, each of which reveals the storyteller’s underlying motives.

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