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Tokyo monogatari (Tokyo Story) (Japan Version) DVD Region 2

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Tokyo monogatari (Tokyo Story) (Japan Version)
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Product Title: Tokyo monogatari (Tokyo Story) (Japan Version) 東京物語 (日本版) 东京物语 (日本版) 東京物語 デジタルリマスター修復版 Tokyo monogatari (Tokyo Story) (Japan Version)
Artist Name(s): Kagawa Kyoko | Hara Setsuko | Sugimura Haruko | Nagaoka Teruko | Higashiyama Chieko | Nakamura Noburo | Tono Eijiro | Kasatomi Shu | Yamamoto Satoshi | Osaka Shiro | Ozu Yasujiro 香川京子 | 原節子 | 杉村春子 | 長岡輝子 | Higashiyama Chieko | Nakamura Noburo | 東野英治郎 | 笠智眾 | Yamamoto Satoshi | 大坂志郎 | 小津安二郎 香川 京子 | 原节子 | 杉村春子 | 长冈辉子 | Higashiyama Chieko | Nakamura Noburo | 东野英治郎 | 笠智众 | Yamamoto Satoshi | 大坂志郎 | 小津安二郎 香川京子 | 原節子 | 杉村春子 | 長岡輝子 | 東山千榮子 | 中村伸郎 | 東野英治郎 | 笠智衆 | 山村聰 | 大坂志郎 | 小津安二郎 | 十朱久雄 | 三宅邦子 | 浜村義康(編集) | 山本武(製作) | 野田高梧(脚本) | 小津安二郎(脚本) | 厚田雄春(撮影) | 濱田辰雄(美術) | 妹尾芳三郎(録音) | 高下逸男(照明) | 斎藤高順(音楽) | 東山千栄子 Kagawa Kyoko | Hara Setsuko | Sugimura Haruko | Nagaoka Teruko | Higashiyama Chieko | Nakamura Noburo | Tono Eijiro | Kasatomi Shu | Yamamoto Satoshi | Osaka Shiro | Ozu Yasujiro
Director: Ozu Yasujiro 小津安二郎 小津安二郎 小津安二郎(監督) | 小津安二郎 Ozu Yasujiro
Release Date: 2005-08-27
Publisher Product Code: DA-286
Language: Japanese
Country of Origin: Japan
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 2 - Japan, Europe, South Africa, Greenland and the Middle East (including Egypt) What is it?
Publisher: Shochiku Home Video
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1004038147

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小津安二郎 (監督、脚本) / 笠智衆 / 東山千榮子 / 原節子

製作国 : 日本 (Japan)
公開年 : 1953



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November 14, 2014

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With "Tokyo Story", director Ozu Yasujiro employs the simplest of stories to create one of the greatest films of all time. Elderly couple Shukichi (Chishu Ryu) and Tomi Hirayama (Higashiyama Chieko) journey from their remote hometown to Tokyo to visit their adult offspring, the doctor Koichi (Yamamura So) and the beauty parlor owner Shige (Sugimura Haruko). Koichi and Shige, however, are caught up in the busy-ness of their daily lives and so fail to offer much time at all to spend with their loving parents. Only their childless daughter-in-law Noriko (Hara Setsuko), whose husband died eight years earlier in the final year of the second world war, takes the time from her work and personal life to welcome the old couple.

Koichi and Shige, on the other hand, rather than embracing the old folks, dispatch them to a hot springs spa characterized by loud music, drinking, and all-night mahjong games. Shukichi and Tomi take the hint and decide that it is time to head home. On the journey home, Tomi falls seriously ill. Ironically, with Tomi in a coma from which she will not awake, her adult children now make the time to return to their hometown to grieve the loss of the mother whom days earlier they ignored.

The film, while developing timeless themes, is anchored in the Japan of 1953, in which the nation was struggling to get off its back after the devastation of World War 2. Ozu brings his distinctive visual style to the film, using his characteristic tatami-mat camera angles, having his characters speak directly into the camera, and employing connecting shots featuring trains and smokestacks. "Tokyo Story" boasts several notable performances, particularly Chishu Ryu convincingly playing a man a good 20 years older than Chishu's actual age, Hara Setsuko particularly brilliant in a late scene in which she confesses her conflicting emotions to her father-in-law, and Sugimura Haruko as the unfailingly cheap and calculating hairdresser. Truly, a cinematic classic.
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