Rashomon

[album] Rashomon aka Lover’s Puzzle ({zh|t=羅生門|zh|s=罗生门|p=luó shēng mén|first=t}) is the seventh Mandarin studio album of Taiwanese Mandopop artist Show Luo ({zh|t=羅志祥}) . It was released on 15 January 2010 by Gold Typhoon (Taiwan). The album was available on pre-order and three editions were released including the Ra
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Rashomon

(from the article `Akutagawa Rynosuke`) The publication in 1915 of his short story Rashmon led to his introduction to Natsume Sseki, the outstanding Japanese novelist of the day. With ...
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Rashomon

(from the article `film festival`) ...at the Cannes and Venice film festivals played an important part in the rebirth of the Italian industry and the spread of the postwar Neorealist ... Kurosawa`s Rashomon was shown at the Venice Film Festival in 1951 and was awarded the Grand Prix. It also won the Academy Award for best ... A compl...
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Rashomon

[play] Rashomon is the name of several different stage production, all ultimately derived from works by Ryūnosuke Akutagawa. ==Source material== Ryūnosuke Akutagawa`s two short stories `Rashomon` (1915), also known as `The Rashomon Gate`, and `In a Grove` (1921), also known as `The Cedar Grove`, were famously fused and adapted as the basi
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Rashōmon

[short story] The story was first published in 1915 in Teikoku Bungaku. Akira Kurosawa`s film Rashomon (1950) takes only its name and some of the material for the frame scenes, such as the theft of a kimono and the discussion of the moral ambiguity of thieving to survive, from this story. The plot of the film is based on Akutagawa`s 1922 sh
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Rashomon

The film is known for a plot device which involves various characters providing alternative, self-serving and contradictory versions of the same incident. The name of the film refers to the enormous city gate of Kyoto. Rashomon marked the entrance of Japanese film onto the world stage. It won several awards, including the Golden Lion at the Venice
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Rashōmon

[Noh play] Rashōmon (羅生門) is a Noh play by Kanze Nobumitsu (c.1420). The title relates to the Rajōmon outer castle gate but Kanze changed it by using the kanji shō for `life` rather than the original jō for `castle.` It is one of the few Noh plays where the supporting waki (脇) rather than the normally leading shite (仕手) domi
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