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A poster of Louis Malle’s Les Amants (1958) and Stanley Kramer‘s The Defiant Ones (1958) in the apartment of the lady with the free spirit and a bit more westerner ways where the two brothers go to watch TV in Yasujirô Ozu‘s Ohayô (1959)

1950's Movies


Just got my complimentary copies of GOOD MORNING from Criterion. I’ve made a video essay for the disc, entitled Transcendental Style and Farting, about Ozu’s use of humour. 157 more words


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My favorite Ozu movie: "Ohayo"/"Good Morning" (1959)

Ohayo” (Good Morning, 1959), Ozu’s second film in color, is my favorite. It is, perhaps, his most American one, in some way resembling two episodes of a 1950s sitcom, not slow (clocking in at 94 minutes)  and suffused with… 416 more words

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