Despues de verla, cualquier otra pelicula me parece una tonteria.
La mejor película de la historia del cine
El efecto se produce por partida doble, por un lado te das cuenta de la importancia de vivir la vida y, al mismo tiempo, te das cuenta de que, al menos hoy, la has absorbido viendo esta obra maestra...
I saw "Ikiru" first in 1960 or 1961. I went to the movie because it was playing in a campus film series and only cost a quarter. I sat enveloped in the story of Watanabe for 2 1/2 hours, and wrote about it in a class where the essay topic was Socrates' statement, "the unexamined life is not worth living."' Over the years I have seen "Ikiru" every five years or so, and each time it has moved me, and made me think. And the older I get, the less Watanabe seems like a pathetic old man, and the more he seems like every one of us.