Stavros’s review published on Letterboxd:
too epic to talk about in any way that does it justice. cinematography is perfect. Kurosawa is probably the best of all time purely in directing, the framing is always perfect and the cinematography does colors justice. examines suffering, betrayal, chaos, paying for ur sins, revenge and so much more I'm missing, I barely understood the shit cause I was just looking at the beautiful ass shots but there's enough feeling on those shots and performances to make up for 10 stories.