Oft imitated, but seemingly never copied.

Lots of Rashomon-type stories exist, but every single one of them that I can think of ends up presenting one version as the definitive truth of the tale. Well, every version except Akira Kurosawa's 1950 original. One of the principle points of Rashomon's framing device is that there is no way to truly know the truth. Or maybe it's not? Will we ever know?

The great Donovan Hill joins us as to offer another voice to the mix of what may be real on this week's Lost in Criterion.