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Matteo Satta almost 3 years ago
The End of Summer (小早川家の秋, Kohayagawa-ke no aki, lit. "Autumn for the Kohayagawa family") is a 1961 film directed by Yasujirō Ozu. It was entered into the 12th Berlin International Film Festival. The film was his penultimate film; only An Autumn Afternoon (1962) followed it. Ganjiro Nakamura plays the patriarch of the Kohayagawa family, who runs a sake brewery company. Setsuko Hara, Michiyo Aratama and Yoko Tsukasa play his three daughters. Chishu Ryu has a small cameo as a farmer towards the end of the film. Unlike most of Ozu's films (which take place in Tokyo), most of this film takes place in Kyoto. Manbei Kohayagawa (Ganjiro Nakamura) is the head of a small sake brewery company at Kyoto with three daughters. His eldest and youngest daughters, Akiko (Setsuko Hara) and Noriko (Yôko Tsukasa), stay together in Osaka. Akiko is a widow who helps out at an art gallery and who has a son. Noriko, unmarried, works as a salaried office worker. Manbei's second daughter, Fumiko (Michiyo...
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