By David Bordwell

Over the final 20 years, Yasujiro Ozu has received foreign attractiveness as an incredible filmmaker. Combining biographical details with discussions of the flicks' aesthetic concepts and cultural value, David Bordwell questions the preferred snapshot of Ozu because the conventional jap artisan and examines the cultured nature and capabilities of his cinema.

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