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Kurosawa and the Censors

Between 1945 and 1952, during the American occupation of Japan, censorship agencies reviewed all films proposed for production. In this video essay, Danish film scholar Lars-Martin Sorensen sheds light on the challenges Kurosawa faced from these censors in making DRUNKEN ANGEL (1948).


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