The Ambivalent Future: Kiyoshi Kurosawa Trailer

The Ambivalent Future: Kiyoshi Kurosawa Trailer (2003)

08 February 2003 Factual 75 mins

Initially, Ambivalent Future was intended as a film about the production of Kiyoshi Kurosawa's "Bright Future". But director Fujii has taken the "behind the scenes"-concept to unprecedented heights with this unique documentary offering a close look into the world of Kiyoshi Kurosawa, the auteur. Scenes from the surprisingly low key and relaxed production of "Bright Future" are of course sprinkled liberally throughout the documentary, but between these we are treated to interesting and revealing interviews with actors, producers and Kurosawa's many other collaborators. And perhaps the most surprising thing of all is how much of Kurosawa there is, talking candidly about his working methods and the philosophy behind it all.

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Cast

Takashi Asai

as Himself

Tadanobu Asano

as Himself

Tatsuya Fuji

as Himself

Yasuaki Harada

as Himself

Joe Odagiri

as Himself

Crew

Kenjirô Fujii

Kenjirô Fujii Cinematography

International Titles

Aimai na Mirai: Kurosawa Kiyoshi Trailer

International Releases Dates

Norway 22 November 2003

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