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Tokyo Story - Rondenion - Tokyo Story (Vinyl)

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  1. Mukree
    Sep 28,  · A. O. Scott looks back at Yasujiro Ozu's Tokyo Story, a film about growing up and growing old. Related Link: Subscribe to the Times Vid.
  2. Darn
    This Criterion release of "Tokyo Story" is a real treat for fans of classic art films. The picture and sound quality has been restored pretty well up to the high standards one has come to expect from Criterion releases although I personally would have preferred just the Bluray without the dvds which are surplus to my disttechrasenceidiccopirawilittti.cos:
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  4. Fenrilkis
    Mar 22,  · Tokyo Story is one of the world's great films in my opinion, dealing with minor family issues in a very sensitive manner in the way Ozu does best. It is wonderfully moving, humorous on occasions and precise. In fact like the Japanese character I believe. Not the stereotypical savage one depicted in Western war movies but an infinitely more /5().
  5. Kagor
    TOKYO STORY is a film that has a moderate tone, unobtrusive style and quiet family story. An elderly couple from the provinces coming to Tokyo to visit their grown children. The story shows how the children, preoccupied with their daily lives, do not show enough care for their parents, as opposed to the former daughter-whose husband died in the.
  6. Vihn
    But "Tokyo Story" was not imported at that time, and its current national release represents a kind of posthumous tribute to Ozu. It is clear that "Tokyo Story" was one of the unacknowledged masterpieces of the earlys Japanese cinema, and that Ozu has more than a little in common with that other great director, Kenji Mizoguchi (" Ugetsu ").
  7. Guzahn
    Mar 13,  · Directed by Yasujirô Ozu. With Chishû Ryû, Chieko Higashiyama, Sô Yamamura, Setsuko Hara. An old couple visit their children and grandchildren in the city, but receive little attention/10(48).

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