Kohayagawa-ke no Aki - The End of Summer (1961) - Yasujirô Ozu
のり子 (Noriko) Early Summer (1951), dir. Yasujirô Ozu Setsuko Hara (screen name) as Noriko. My favorite Japanese actress. She has a beautiful spirit. Unfortunately I have yet to meet her in Kamakura. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Setsuko_Hara Via bellsandforks:http://bellsandforks.tumblr.com/post/19982606096/early-summer-1951
TOKYO STORY（1953）｜directed by Yasujiro Ozu, (小津 安二郎 ｜It tells the story of an aging couple who travel to Tokyo to visit their grown children. The film contrasts the behavior of their children, who are too busy to pay them much attention, and their widowed daughter-in-law, who treats them with kindness. It is often regarded as Ozu's masterpiece, and has appeared several times in the British Film Institute lists of the greates.#japan
The 1950s marked a 'Golden Age' for non-English world cinema, especially for Asian cinema. Many of the most critically acclaimed Asian films of all time were produced during this decade, including Yasujirō Ozu's Tokyo Story (1953), Satyajit Ray's The Music Room (1958), Raj Kapoor's Awaara (1951) and the Akira Kurosawa films Rashomon (1950), Seven Samurai (1954) etc. Japanese cinema later became one of the main inspirations behind the New Hollywood movement of the 60s to 80s.
Voyage à Tokyo
Voyage à Tokyo est un film de Yasujirô Ozu de 1953 avec Chishu Ryu, Chieko Higashiyama. Synopsis : Un couple de personnes âgées rend visite à leurs enfants à Tokyo. D'abord reçus avec les égards qui leur sont dûs, ils deviennent bientôt dérangeants dans leur vie quotidienne.