Classic Film Review: Kurosawa’s early cop thriller, “Stray Dog (1949)”

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Stumbling across any Akira Kurosawa film you’ve missed is an unexpected delight, and the film noir “Stray Dog” has the added pleasure of being an early showcase of the director, his muse — Toshiro Mifune — and his other rep company regular, Takashi Shimura. It’s a police procedural as fascinating for its depiction of post-war […]

Classic Film Review: Kurosawa’s early cop thriller, “Stray Dog (1949)”

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