bira🧸’s review published on Letterboxd:
Akira Kurosawa tells stories that are so common in everyday life: about people who forget what their life is for, about death that is ready to come at any time, about the usefulness of someone who will always be remembered, and about other things. Every life will continue to live even though his life is judged to be meaningless by himself. There is something more interesting, namely how to live death so that it is more meaningful and useful for oneself and the surrounding environment. Truly a masterpiece.