# 61  Ran (1985, Akira Kurosawa)  Ranked # 61
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Groups William Shakespeare - Writer
Akira Kurosawa - Writer
Released 1985   (original release year)   Release Dates - IMDB
Director Akira Kurosawa
Countries Japan / France
Starring Tatsuya Nakadai, Akira Terao, Jinpachi Nezu, Daisuke Ryu, Mieko Harada
Genres History / Drama / War / Epic / Period Film
Language Japanese
Color Color
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BAFTA British Academy Film Awards  -  1986 Film Not in the English Language

BFI Sight and Sound Top Ten Poll 2002  -  #26  (6 votes)
Boston Society of Film Critics Awards  -  1985 Best Picture Winner
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Roger Ebert : 10 Best Movies of the Year  -  1985  #5
Roger Ebert : The Great Movies IIReview  Read more about Ran    Book
Empire  -  Review  Read more about Ran
Empire : The 100 Best Films of World Cinema  -  #98    Review  Read more about Ran
Golden Globes  -  1985 Foreign Film Nominee
The Guardian : 1000 Films to See Before You DieWebsite
Halliwell's Top 1000  -  #207    Book
Los Angeles Film Critics' Association  -  1985 Best Foreign Language Film Winner
Leonard Maltin : Movie Guides  -  Book
Movieline : The 100 Best Foreign Films
National Board of Review  -  1985 Best Foreign Film
National Society of Film Critics' Awards  -  1985 Best Film Winner
New York Film Critic's Circle  -  1985 Best Foreign Film Winner
The New York Times Guide to the Best 1,000 Movies...Review  Read more about Ran    Book
Gerald Peary : 100 Films for Film LiteracyWebsite
1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die : 2004, 2007, 2011Book
TV Guide Film & Video Companion 2006  -  Review  Read more about Ran
The Village Voice : 250 Best Films of the 20th Century  -  #177  (1 vote)    Website