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    EBOOK or KINDLE (Gama no abura) Ü Akira Kurosawa Summary ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Akira Kurosawa Free download Gama no abura I watched my first Akira Kurosawa movie during my student days It was 'Rashomon' My college film club screened it It was amazing I have wanted to read Kurosawa's memoir since then I finally got a chance to read it In his a

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Raphy from a film director that I ve read in the last few weeksthe other being Luis Bu uel s superb My Last Sigh and both of them had me wanting to rewatch some of their great movies Kurosawa allocates a significant amount of space to his childhood young adulthood and his early years of working in the Japanese film industry The book goes right up to him writing about the making of Rashomon and it s international success after release But it s here at this point that Kurosawa decides to stop writing so to my disappoint we don t get to hear anything about the post Rashomon period so films such as Seven Samurai and Ikiru are completely missing which was a pity Nevertheless it s still a fascinating moving and wonderfully written book from one of the world s greatest ever film makers 455 So pretty much like everyone else I went Aw man out loud when the intro stated that this book only went up to Rashomon and didn t deal with any of Kurosawa s life after 1950 But the good news is that you get an intimate glimpse into Kurosawa s Taisho and Showa era upbringing and education The passages on the Great Kanto uake are horrifying and amazing and the years he spent living in a uirky yet incrdeibly seedy bohemian ish housing complex are also eye opening I also didn t now that one of the main things that fostered his interest in cinema in the first place was an elder brother whose short lived career as a benshi gave the young impressionable Kurosawa access to amazing films from around the world And ultimately his matriculation through the studio system is a sad reminder that that world is truly dead and gone through years of apprenticeship "He Was Able To Broaden " was able to broaden The Writing Workshop knowledge of nearly every aspect of uality film making in ways that are simply no longer an option Course it didn t hurt that he was also younow a total artistic genius Either way this reminded me that I need to finally get around to watching his earlier movies too instead of merely re watching Sanjuro five times a year which is its own reward I imagine Kurosawa was a true humanist This book isn t an explanation of an artist s theories or an explication of his films just a simple account of the memories of a very full and beautiful life Yet Kurosawa never ignores his faults either He just tells his story like it is Sometimes he s so emotional he makes me emotional just reading his earnestness here about his directing mentor Yama sanAt the party celebrating completion of Tojuro s Love Mrs Yamamoto came and spoke to me My husband was very happy He said Kurosawa can write scripts handle the directing do the editing and now the dubbing he ll be all right My eyes suddenly got very hot Yama san was the best ind of teacher Yama san I promise you I ll try a little harder a little longer This is the memorial speech I offer up to Yama san I was disappointed that he ended this little longer This is the memorial speech I offer up to Yama san I was disappointed that he ended this book in 1950 the year he filmed Rashomon I wanted to now about Ikiru The Seven Samurai and Yojimbo However he gives a brilliant reason for doing so in the epilogue The theme of Rashomon is that humans are incapable of being honest about themselves He includes himself which of course calls into uestion the entire veracity of this book Even so the strength of this book is not so much what it reveals about AK but what it reveals about the creative process For him creation is mostly preparation Even his school days which comprise half this book are a sort of preparation Only a small part of the process is inspiration Throughout he stresses the importance of a director being familiar with the technical aspects of film making While this underscores the banality of the process the end result is anything but banal For me the success of an artist s autobiography lies largely in its making me want to view the artists work again On that score this book is a success I ll be re watching a lot of AK movies in the weeks to com. Ovels to detective fiction VarietyFor the lover of Kurosawa's moviesthis is nothing short of must readinga fitting companion piece to his many dynamic and absorbing screen entertainments Washington Post Book World. Gama no aburaEdium I think that to learn what became of me after Rash mon the most reasonable procedure would be to look for me in the characters in the films I made after Rash mon Although human beings are incapable of talking about themselves with total honesty it is much harder to avoid the truth incapable of talking about themselves with total honesty it is much harder to avoid the truth pretending to be other people They often reveal much about themselves in a very straightforward way I am certain that I did There is nothing that says about its creator than the work itself Kurosawa made a fair point although I still wish this book would have covered his life and work after 1950 After all it was written in 1981 and not discussing 31 years of your life isn t exactly an insignificant omission That said the book was informative candid and uite personal all in all an engaging fascinating read Kurosawa was a rather extraordinary human being even above and beyond his filmmaking and it was a pleasure to get to now him a little betterBest most authoritative and certainly coolest review of this book read with Period Edo 71320 Camera obscuraIn this autobiography thing movie director Akira Kurosawa tells his life experiences from his babyhood to the completion of critically acclaimed Rash mon 1950 It proves uite a straightforward and chronological account inasmuch as when AK digresses it mostly provides the depth and convergence line the whole account of those decisive years neededMy most sincere thanks to Tara view spoileralias T r aka Himetataraisuzuhime hide spoiler This is not a book you can review this is a book you sit down and discuss with people Akira Kurosawa would have you believe that he s just a hard working guy and nothing special To some extent that s true with his sense of diligence and attention to detail being the hallmark of all of his great films What s given short shrift is the heart of a real artist Early on Kurosawa thought of himself as a slow learner who only began to flourish when shown attention by a few sympathetic teachers He hated math and was drawn to the worlds of art and literature He also had some important assists from a rebellious and also artistic older brother who would steer him toward books to read and movies to see Kurosawa s militaristic father also turned out to be a movie lover who would often drag the family to the movies to watch what was essentially a new form in its early stages Chaplin John Ford DW Griffith etc the young future director absorbed it all As he grew older he went through his own rebellious period trying his hand without much success at being an artist Around this time the talkies started to appear and his brother Heigo who was working as a narrator for the silent films would lose his job and then commit suicide A few years later although he had no real film experience himself Kurosawa would also drift into films himself but in a different way He would surprising himself catch the eyes of the studio through a series of application essays His earlier pre film apprenticeship was obviously his extensive reading his art and what he had picked from his brother regarding films Kurosawa was hired as an assistant director basically for what he thought and without any demonstrated experience I find that remarkable As he learned the technical end of filmmaking he excelled at script writing which would be his major strength throughout his career But it wasn t just words Kurosawa was also een on how sounds and music and light could create counter points for characters and scenes Kurosawa "spends some time explaining how he learned to employ these elements " some time explaining how he learned to employ these elements his early films up through Rashomon There are also several pages set aside for his discovery of the great Toshiro Mifune The chapter on the making of Rashomon is worth reading on its own Also included is an appendix with various pithy nuggets on filmmaking that are also a must read Highly recommended This is the second brilliant autobiog. Rosawa lays out his beliefs on the primacy of a good script on scriptwriting as an essential tool for directors on directing actors on camera placement and on the value of steeping oneself in literature from great ,