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Yasujirō Ozu (小津 安二郎, Ozu Yasujirō?, 12 December 1903 – 12 December 1963) was a prominent Japanese film director and script writer. He is known for his distinctive technical style,...

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  • It's All True!: Late Spring, Yasujiro Ozu, 1949

      Blog Source: dunfam.blogspot.com | 3 years ago
    Late Spring, Yasujiro Ozu, 1949. Posted by D at 8:41 PM · Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Google Buzz · Older Post Home. Blog Archive. ▼ 2011 (39). ▼ May (7). Late Spring, Yasujiro Ozu, 1949 · Pirate, ...
  • Dragnet Girl (Japanese) 1933 - AvistaZ Asian Movies, Music ...

      Blog Source: www.avistaz.com | 3 years ago
    Director: Yasujiro Ozu Cast: Kinuyo Tanaka, Joji Oka, Sumiko Mizukubo, Koji Mitsui Plot/Sypnosis: Ozu followers might find it difficult to believe, but this suspenseful and emotionally powerful gangster thriller is one of the high ...
  • dongwuxiongmeng - 1935-1939

      Blog Source: dongwuxiongmeng.livejournal.com | 3 years ago
    The Only Son (1936, Yasujiro Ozu) 7- Mr. Thank You 8- The Lower Depths 9- Waves Washing the Sand 10- Blood on Wolf Mountain 11- Allegretto An Inn in Tokyo (1935, Yasujiro Ozu) Wife! Be Like a Rose! (1935, Mikio Naruse) ...
  • How To Control Weeds In Your Yard » Capripio

      Blog Source: capripio.info | 3 years ago
    In 1959, Yasujiro Ozu remade his 1934 silent classic A Story of Floating Weeds in color with the celebrated cinematographer Kazuo Miyagawa (Rashomon, Ugetsu). Setting his later version in a seaside location, Ozu otherwise preserves the ...
  • The Incomparable Alfred Hitchcock « A Year at the Movies

      Blog Source: ayearatthemovies.wordpress.com | 3 years ago
    The non-Hitchcock film I watched today, Floating Weeds, is a Japanese film directed by acclaimed Japanese director Yasujiro Ozu. I've read a lot about Ozu during these last few months as his name seems to come up in any discussion of ...
  • Early Summer: visually stunning film with message about ...

      Blog Source: undersoutherneyes.edpinsent.com | 3 years ago
    Yasujiro Ozu, “Early Summer” (1951). Calm and serene with a thin plot, “Early Summer” looks at a family and the changes it undergoes as a result of one of its members deciding whether or not to marry. The movie is set in early 1950′s ...
  • Pale Flower: Loser Take All - From the Current - The ...

      Blog Source: www.criterion.com | 3 years ago
    Ikebe had started in pictures in the mid-1940s, and found success playing a range of cops, toughs, and other stolid types throughout the 1950s, in everything from Yasujiro Ozu's Early Summer (1951) to Ishiro Honda's Battle in Outer ...
  • japan_pics: Niigata

      Blog Source: japan_pics.livejournal.com | almost 4 years ago
    That one made me think I thought I was in an Yasujiro Ozu movie. I got honked at for standing in the middle of a crosswalk taking it. The big convention center: Inside: Around town: ...
  • Thoughts on the Release of Hipster Christianity « The Search

      Blog Source: stillsearching.wordpress.com | almost 4 years ago
    Yasujiro Ozu Tokyo Story (1953) George Steiner “All representations, even the most abstract, infer a rendezvous with intelligibility or, at the least, with a strangeness attenuated, qualified by observance and willed form. ...
  • Poetry times two - Light Sensitive

      Blog Source: lightsensitive.typepad.com | almost 4 years ago
    The great Japanese director Yasujiro Ozu was always one of those daunting and unapproachable figures of international cinema whom I didn't exactly avoid growing up but I found his work, or at least what I sampled, somewhat otherworldly ...


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