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. 40 -1

    Daddy Long Legs

    1955, in 1 top list Check
  2. 38 -1

    Ukigumo

    1955 — a.k.a. Floating Clouds, in 6 top lists Check
  3. 56 -1

    Mélodie en sous-sol

    1963 — a.k.a. Any Number Can Win, in 1 top list Check
  4. 100 -1

    A un

    1989 — a.k.a. Buddies, in 1 top list Check
  5. 91 -1

    Witness

    1985, in 7 top lists Check
  6. 19 -

    Ninotchka

    1939, in 17 top lists Check
  7. 16 -

    Stella Dallas

    1937, in 3 top lists Check
  8. 102 -1

    Hana-bi

    1997 — a.k.a. Fireworks, in 7 top lists Check
  9. 33 -1

    Thérèse Raquin

    1953 — a.k.a. The Adultress, in 2 top lists Check
  10. 30 -1

    Orphée

    1950 — a.k.a. Orpheus, in 17 top lists Check
  11. 77 -1

    Annie Hall

    1977, in 32 top lists Check
  12. 26 -

    Aoi sanmyaku

    1949, in 1 top list Check
  13. 7 -

    Morocco

    1930, in 8 top lists Check
  14. 46 -1

    À bout de souffle

    1960 — a.k.a. Breathless, in 27 top lists Check
  15. 1 -

    Broken Blossoms or The Yellow Man and the Girl

    1919 — a.k.a. Broken Blossoms, in 13 top lists Check
  16. 35 -1

    Viaggio in Italia

    1954 — a.k.a. Journey to Italy, in 14 top lists Check
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