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Jeremy over 6 years ago
A beautiful film dealing with family life in post-war Japan.
William Fenton over 6 years ago
A dated but a quite wonderful evocation of post war japan and the autumn of a life.
Daniel McCoy 2 years ago
Davide MrBlonde over 2 years ago
Matteo Satta almost 3 years ago
Rosalio Galvan almost 3 years ago
Annalisa Schettino over 3 years ago
Jonathan Evans over 3 years ago
An Autumn Afternoon (秋刀魚の味, Sanma no aji, "The Taste of Mackerel Pike") is a 1962 Japanese drama film directed by Yasujirō Ozu. It stars Ozu regular Chishu Ryu as the patriarch of the Hirayama family who oversees the wedding of his daughter, played by Shima Iwashita. It was Ozu's last film; he died in the following year. It was shot using Agfacolor. The credits of the film are placed before a backdrop of sketched or painted fronds instead of the usual sackcloth used in most of Ozu's films since A Story of Floating Weeds in 1934. Shuhei Hirayama (Chishu Ryu) is an aging widower with a married eldest son, Koichi (Keiji Sada), and two unmarried children – a 24-year-old daughter Michiko (Shima Iwashita) and a younger son Kazuo (Shinichirô Mikami). Since marriage Koichi has shifted out with his wife, leaving Kazuo and Hirayama in Michiko's care. Hirayama and his fellow classmates Kawai (Nobuo Nakamura) and Horie (Ryuji Kita) go to a class reunion where one of their teachers, Sakuma (Eijiro...
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