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I Live in Fear was one of a series of collaborations between acclaimed director Akira Kurosawa and his favourite actor Toshiro Mifune and one of the first Japanese films to deal with the nuclear bombing of their country. Mifune plays a foundry worker so fearful of the attack that he tries to persuade his family to emigrate with him to Brazil. They react by taking him to court and eventually having him committed to an asylum. But who's really mad?
This Japanese epic following the adventures of a band of samurai is one of cinema's most influential films.
11+ years 170 mins
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