Akira Kurosawa's A Dream is a Genius

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"From Chapter 3 of A Dream is a Genius, 1999. Akira Kurosawa discusses his top 100 films with his daughter, Kazuo. Kurosawa limits his choices to one film per director."

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  1. 4 -

    The Gold Rush

    1925, in 28 top lists Check
  2. 8 -

    Der Kongreß tanzt

    1931 — a.k.a. Congress Dances, in 5 top lists Check
  3. 9 -

    Die 3 Groschen-Oper

    1931 — a.k.a. The 3 Penny Opera, in 6 top lists Check
  4. 11 -

    The Thin Man

    1934, in 12 top lists Check
  5. 12 -

    Tonari no Yae-chan

    1934 — a.k.a. My Little Neighbor, Yae, in 1 top list Check
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    Tange Sazen yowa: Hyakuman ryô no tsubo

    1935 — a.k.a. Sazen Tange and the Pot Worth a Million Ryo, in 6 top lists Check
  7. 19 -

    Ninotchka

    1939, in 17 top lists Check
  8. 31 -1

    Karumen kokyo ni kaeru

    1951 — a.k.a. Carmen Comes Home, in 2 top lists Check
  9. 42 -1

    Bakumatsu taiyôden

    1957 — a.k.a. A Sun-Tribe Myth from the Bakumatsu Era, in 4 top lists Check
  10. 52 -1

    Zazie dans le métro

    1960, in 6 top lists Check
  11. 64 -1

    MASH

    1970, in 21 top lists Check
  12. 77 -1

    Annie Hall

    1977, in 31 top lists Check
  13. 85 -1

    The King of Comedy

    1982, in 14 top lists Check
  14. 88 -1

    Stranger Than Paradise

    1984, in 11 top lists Check
  15. 96 -1

    Out of Rosenheim

    1987 — a.k.a. Bagdad Cafe, in 3 top lists Check
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