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The film is akira kurosawa's masterpiece rashômon (1950), which treats viewers to a unique feast: thinking on screen, philosophising not. The rashomon effect occurs when the same event is given contradictory interpretations by different individuals involved the effect is named after akira. Discussion on kurosawa's predominant philosophies at the aside from ran's nihilistic tenancies, rashomon's epistemology, and perhaps.Download