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Crowther, Bosley, in New York Times, 30 January 1960.
Mekas, Jonas, in Village Voice (New York), 10 February 1960.
Then one day he discovers that he has stomach cancer and has less than a year to live.
His life is pretty boring and monotonous, though he once used to have passion and drive.
Kurosawa, Akira, Something Like an Autobiography, New York, 1982.
Sato, Tadao, Currents in Japanese Cinema, Tokyo, 1982. Goodwin, James, Akira Kurosawa & Intertextual Cinema, Baltimore, 1993.
The first part begins and ends with the voice of an off-screen narrator, who tells us that Watanabe has only six months to live, and, later, that he has died.
The emphasis on a formal analysis of Ikiru in Noël Burch's brilliant book on Japanese cinema, To the Distant Observer, goes some way towards rectifying the inadequacy of previous approaches.
Burch discusses the film in terms of its elaborate and rigorous formal system of symmetries and asymmetries contained within the overall "rough-hewn geometry" that he sees as Kurosawa's most distinctive general characteristic.
After the initial depression he sets about living for the first time in over 20 years.
Then he realises that his limited time left is not just for living life to the full but to leave something meaningful behind...
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Erens, Patricia, Akira Kurosawa: A Guide to References and Resources, Boston, 1979.