History Creator / YasujiroOzu

19th Apr '17 9:51:28 PM jamespolk
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* ''Late Spring'' (1949)

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* ''Late Spring'' ''Film/LateSpring'' (1949)
2nd Apr '17 8:23:30 PM Mdumas43073
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Yasujiro Ozu (19031963) was one of directors who led the Japanese film industry's output following WorldWarII. Along with Creator/AkiraKurosawa and KenjiMizoguchi, Ozu's films analyze the conflict between the system of democracy imposed on Japan by the West immediately after the war and the lingering pre-war feudalism. While his peers used medieval Japan as the backdrop for the majority of their films, Ozu set his scope upon the modern era. His post-WWII films are known for examining the same subject, the domestic affairs of the bourgeois family; the movies he filmed before the war study the social struggles of Japan's lower-class denizens.

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Yasujiro Ozu (19031963) was one of directors who led the Japanese film industry's output following WorldWarII. Along with

Like those of his contemporaries
Creator/AkiraKurosawa and KenjiMizoguchi, Creator/KenjiMizoguchi, Ozu's films analyze the conflict between the system of democracy imposed on Japan by the West immediately after the war and the lingering pre-war feudalism. While his peers used medieval Japan as the backdrop for the majority of their films, Ozu set his scope upon the modern era. His post-WWII films are known for examining the same subject, the domestic affairs of the bourgeois family; the movies he filmed before the war study the social struggles of Japan's lower-class denizens.
2nd Apr '17 8:21:39 PM Mdumas43073
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Yasujiro Ozu (1903-1963) was one of directors that lead the Japanese film industry's output following WorldWarII. Along with Creator/AkiraKurosawa and KenjiMizoguchi, Ozu's films analyze the conflict between the system of democracy imposed on Japan by the West immediately after the war and the lingering pre-war feudalism. While his peers used medieval Japan as the backdrop for the majority of their films, Ozu set his scope upon the modern era. His post-WWII films are known for examining the same subject, the domestic affairs of the bourgeois family; the movies he filmed before the war study the social struggles of Japan's lower-class denizens.

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Yasujiro Ozu (1903-1963) (19031963) was one of directors that lead who led the Japanese film industry's output following WorldWarII. Along with Creator/AkiraKurosawa and KenjiMizoguchi, Ozu's films analyze the conflict between the system of democracy imposed on Japan by the West immediately after the war and the lingering pre-war feudalism. While his peers used medieval Japan as the backdrop for the majority of their films, Ozu set his scope upon the modern era. His post-WWII films are known for examining the same subject, the domestic affairs of the bourgeois family; the movies he filmed before the war study the social struggles of Japan's lower-class denizens.
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15th Feb '17 9:13:38 PM Roland_Dhalgren
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* TearJerker: Quite a few of his films, especially ''Tokyo Story'', have a habit of making viewers burst into tears by the end.
3rd Feb '17 11:21:49 PM TheBigBopper
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* AuthorFilibuster: Defied. Ozu's goal when making his movies was to never manipulate any aspect of the film to explicitly suggest his attitudes towards the subject, hence why he abandoned many of the camera and editing techniques that he believed attributed to him making any sort of statement to the audience.

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* AuthorFilibuster: AuthorTract: Defied. Ozu's goal when making his movies was to never manipulate any aspect of the film to explicitly suggest his attitudes towards the subject, hence why he abandoned many of the camera and editing techniques that he believed attributed to him making any sort of statement to the audience.
3rd Feb '17 11:15:04 PM TheBigBopper
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* AuthorFilibuster: Subverted. Ozu's goal when making his movies was to never manipulate any aspect of the film to explicitly suggest his attitudes towards the subject, hence why he abandoned many of the camera and editing techniques that he believed attributed to him making any sort of statement to the audience.

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* AuthorFilibuster: Subverted.Defied. Ozu's goal when making his movies was to never manipulate any aspect of the film to explicitly suggest his attitudes towards the subject, hence why he abandoned many of the camera and editing techniques that he believed attributed to him making any sort of statement to the audience.
5th Apr '16 11:08:56 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Chishu Ryu and Setsuko Hara being most notable among the number of performers that consistently appeared in his films, often playing similar characters.
18th Jan '16 9:07:58 AM jamespolk
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* ''Equinox Flower'' (1958)

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* ''Equinox Flower'' ''Film/EquinoxFlower'' (1958)
16th Jan '16 8:53:09 PM jamespolk
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* ''A Story of Floating Weeds'' (1934)

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* ''A Story of Floating Weeds'' ''Film/AStoryOfFloatingWeeds'' (1934)
23rd Oct '15 11:04:14 PM gloopgloopgloop
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