Hell In The Pacific (1968)
Two soldiers on opposite sides bury differences and work together to escape desert island.
High And Low (1963)
When a man who thinks his child has been kidnapped discovers they've nabbed the wrong kid, he has to decide if the life of another's son is equally worth saving.
Life Of Oharu (1952)
A privileged woman struggles to survive in a strictly hierarchical society, and is unable to prevent her life from spiralling downwards.
Rashomon (1950)
Four separate versions of a death in the forest. Reissued on the big screen.
Seven Samurai (1954)
A village enlists a group of samurai to defend them from bandits.
Sword Of Doom (1966)
Dark tale of a lone, deadly samurai.
Throne Of Blood (1957)
The Scottish play transposed to a misty compound on the desolate slopes of Mount Fuji.
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