Retrieved 21 December Stanley Kauffmann writes in The Impact of Rashomon that Kurosawa often shot a scene with several cameras at the same time, so that he could "cut the film freely and splice together the pieces which have caught the action forcefully, as if flying from one piece to another. The rain has stopped and the clouds have opened revealing the sun in contrast to the beginning where it was overcast. He laments having left it behind. Kurosawa wanted to use natural light, but it was too weak; they solved the problem by using a mirror to reflect the natural light. She awoke to find her husband dead with the dagger in his chest.
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