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Aaron Jones over 3 years ago
Absolute masterpiece. Brilliantly made.
Austin over 7 years ago
Incredible shot composition, this film is another masterpiece from Kurosawa.
Daniel McCoy 10 months ago
Matteo Satta 2 years ago
Logan West over 3 years ago
Sohom Chakrabarty almost 4 years ago
Sina Bakhshandeh over 5 years ago
Shawn Balcomb over 6 years ago
Michael Weldon over 6 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff over 7 years ago
Jim Barton over 7 years ago
Phonoclasm over 8 years ago
travis_king over 8 years ago
Seiji Kurihara almost 9 years ago
José Ramón Ibar Celda almost 9 years ago
Andy Kitchen almost 9 years ago
High and Low (天国と地獄, Tengoku to Jigoku, literally "Heaven and Hell") is a 1963 film directed by Akira Kurosawa, starring Toshirō Mifune, Tatsuya Nakadai and Kyōko Kagawa. It was loosely based on King's Ransom, an 87th Precinct police procedural by Ed McBain. A wealthy executive named Kingo Gondo (Toshirō Mifune) is caught between two sides in a struggle to gain control of a company called National Shoes. One faction wants the company to make cheap, low quality shoes for the impulse market while the founder of the company wants it to stick with sturdy but unfashionable shoes. Gondo believes that the long-term future of the company will be best served by well made shoes with modern styling, though this plan is unpopular because it means lower profits in the short term. He has secretly set up a leveraged buyout to gain control of the company, mortgaging all he has. Just as he is about to put his plan into action, he receives a phone call from someone claiming to have kidnapped his son,...
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