Film

Late Spring

Part of Modern Cinema

Friday, February 16, 2018
6 p.m.

Phyllis Wattis Theater

This event has come and gone.

Yasujirô Ozu, Late Spring, 1949 (still); photo: courtesy Janus Films

“Chishu Ryu, who appears in minor roles in most of Ozu’s earlier films, took his place in the later films as the director’s persona, with Setsuko Hara perhaps as the feminine counterpart. In Late Spring, a widowed father believes that his daughter spurns marriage in order to remain with him. This masterwork inspired Denis’s 35 Shots of Rum.”
— Judy Bloch, BAMPFA


Film Details

Country: Japan
Language: Japanese
Year: 1949
Running time: 108 min
Format: 35mm
Director: Yasujirô Ozu
Screenwriters: Kôgo Noda, Yasujirô Ozu
Producer: Takeshi Yamamoto
Cinematographer: Yûharu Atsuta
Editor: Yoshiyasu Hamamura
Source: Janus Films


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