Japanese director Akira Kurosawa collection of six early films that were made at the start of his career which demonstrate the emergence of a profoundly influential directorial vision.
This highly collectable box set of previously unreleased films includes:
Sanshiro Sugata (1943, 79 min)
Kurosawa's assured debut about a young man's spiritual journey through the study and practice of Judo.
Sanshiro Sugata No 2 (1945, 83 min)
Sanshiro faces new enemies in this sequel to Sanshuro Sugata.
The Most Beautiful (1944, 85 min)
A fascinating portrait of female volunteers in the Japanese WWII war effort.
The Men Who Tread On the Tiger's Tail (1952, 58 min)
A lord and his bodyguard disguise themselves as monks in this tale of deception.
No Regrets For Our Youth (1946, 110 min)
A privileged professor's daughter takes a soul-searching journey through rural Japan.
One Wonderful Sunday (1947, 108 min)
A bittersweet story of a young love in post-war Tokyo