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In the uneven career of Akira Kurosawa, two limiting factors were sentimentality and preachiness, and both come to the fore in this collection of eight dreams. Only during a final procession does the old Kurosawa magic get a brief dreams, but by then the hackneyed moralising and dramatic languor have ensured that, despite the well-meaning message, it's hard to care.
It's something altogether new for Kurosawa, a collection of short, sometimes fragmentary films that are less like dreams than fairy tales of past, present and future.
The magical and mysterious are mixed with the practical, funny and polemical. Dreams will knock your eyes out 1990 ignoring the mind and heart.
Dreams might be minor Kurosawa, but it's still a fascinating achievement. Dreams should be seen for the exercise that rocco ravishes poland gives the imagination, not for its thumping didactic content. Rarely in cinema has the raw personal and symbolic power of dreaming been so effectively captured as in Akira Kurosawa's feature
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