Took a break from work/packing to watch japanese movie Rashomon, the Best Foreign Film Academy Award winner of 1950. It's a classic film, so if you're inclined to see this sort of thing then you probably already have or already plan to so I don't want sell it too much one way or the other. I enjoyed it, although all the rain made me too sleepy to watch it on my first attempt. The moral of the story which I perceived is that it matters not what you are, but what you strive to be. That's not bad, as far as moral-of-the-story 's go.