The eye of the camera, the eye of God, the eye of the artist behind the camera. Themes of grand scope are suggested and peeked at through the teal, iris-like dial at the centre of Kurosawa’s Eiga-Shi (GZ141). Fringed with bronze- and silver-coloured rays that look like eyelashes, the dial is a small, intensely-hued blue-green circle set within the white circle of the watch face. Blue and flag-red run along the 12 and 6 o’clock sides of the strap, each with a neat clear line running lengthwise and dividing the fields of colour. Beautiful and simple, this watch by the master filmmaker is lyrical and full of mystery.
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