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VIDEO ESSAY: DIAL K FOR KUROSAWA

The perfect crime, the wrong man, the speeding train, and the surprising MacGuffin. "High and Low" has all the best elements of a great Alfred Hitchcock film. But it isn’t Hitchcock—it’s Akira Kurosawa, the Japanese director better known for his samurai flicks and complex moral tales.
  • By Peter Labuza
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  • May 15, 2012 1:44 PM
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