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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.
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.
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