Pearls of Faux: The Rashomon Effect

In 1950, Japanese director Akira Kurosawa released what was perhaps his most psychologically complex film, Rashomon.  The film -- a departure from those that would later catapult him to international fame, like Seven Samurai, or The Hidden Fortress (from which George Lucas would shamelessly plunder in making his own little space odyssey) -- explores the … Continue reading Pearls of Faux: The Rashomon Effect