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This is a very intelligently done film, and probably Kurosawa's best to date.
He's not the murderer, but each one of the murderers-yes, they're all different people-came into contact with him not long before killing their victims.
Still, the ideas and the unrelenting, oppressive mood of the film more than make up for the relative lack of visceral and visual horror.
A wonderful film for those who want a bit of intellectual inspiration with their entertainment.
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