Încercam să-mi aduc aminte dacă au mai fost cazuri la Kurosawa când răul pornește din cauza unei femei, după asta am realizat că asta-i o ecranizare a Macbeth-ului, așa că toate pretențiile de misoginism se duc la cel mai mare scriitor englez. Și da, aceasta e una dintre cele mai bune adaptări. Din punct de vedere al imaginii - filmul dat e pur și simplu flawless. Masterpiece cinematic din îndepărtatul 1957.
The armor-tight silence as the thread-spinning witch speaks, the death fog filmed in Mt. Fuji, the static sitdowns, it's all so quietly threatening you don't gaze the horror until the pivotal scene, the after-murder as Lady Macbeth removes the spear from her livid husband's hands as his eyes quake. And then the witchghost at the dinners, the treetops seen from the castle, in the silent wind of the walking forest...
Seeing as the meat of Macbeth has already been discussed fairly in-depth, I particularly appreciate that this film has very little in the way of sound, and a fair bit in the way of breathing room, as a counterbalance to the famously dark and gory content. In spite of being an adaptation of Macbeth, the film very easily becomes its own distinctive piece, through its atmosphere and minimal set design.
ok mr akira kurowhatever why have you RUINED MY CHILDHOOD has HOLYWOOD really run out of ideas you have to reboot the IRISH PLAY with HIPSTERS and their weird clothes and TOP KNOTS and MINIMALIST FURNISHINGS and oh so trendy ladida BLACK AND WHITE and thats not even REAL ENGLISH their talking not like in the FIRST ONE cant believe it what's next KING LEAR probably WHO ARE YOU anyway and youve got a GIRLS NAME bye