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A father who is dependent on his daughter comes to realise that she needs to find a life of her own. Out to own as part of The Ozu Collection: Volume 4.
Cultural changes in post war Japan come close to home when the concept of arranged marriage is questioned.
Cracks start to show in a middle-aged couple's marriage.
An examination of the stories of Filipino migrants around the world, and one man's journey to find his missing emigrant wife.
The humanity of small things in a Tokyo suburb in the Fifties as Western consumerism encroaches.
A widow tries to persuade her daughter to wed, even though it means she will be left alone. Re-released in cinemas in 2010.
Fourth collection in the series, celebrates Ozu's later work, including Late Autumn and An Autumn Afternoon.
Yasujiro Ozu's masterpiece about the indifference of families.
The Flaneur Dominik Graf on Erich Kästner and Fabian: Going To The Dogs
Survival instinct Marianne Farley on abortion rights, the Oscars and Frimas
Depth and levels Levan Koguashvili on cinematic elements and Georgia’s Oscar submission Brighton 4th
Walking the line James Ashcroft on character ambiguities and Coming Home In The Dark
Bowled over Lyle Kash on creating new narratives and making Death And Bowling
Court records: Alec Baldwin told prop gun was safe before fatal shooting Star says his 'heart is broken' after 'tragic accident'
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