Albert S. Greenway


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Autumn Afternoon, An (1962) - Imagine That Poor Child Growing Up Like You Relatively quick pace from director Yasujiro Ozu in his final film, bringing businessman and widower Hirayama (Chishu Ryu) home where we meet daughter Michiko (Shima Ishiwata), and younger son Koichi (Keiji Sada), then first son Kazuo (Shin-ichiro Mikami) and sparky wife (Mariko Okada), in An Autumn Afternoon, 1962.
Autumn Afternoon, An (1962) - She Looked Just Like Your Mother From director Yasujiro Ozu, another evening at home with the Hirayamas, with news from the sentimental widowed father (Chishu Ryu) for daughter Michiko (Shima Ishiwata), younger Koichi (Keiji Sada) and elder son Kazuo (Shin-ichiro Mikami), who needs an assist due to consumer demands from his wife, in An Autumn Afternoon, 1962.
Autumn Afternoon, An (1962) - He Browbeat You With Chinese Classics First gathering of old school pals Hirayama (Chishu Ryu), Kawai (Noburu Nakamura) and Horie (Ryuji Kita), prefaced with what looks like a real clip of a ballgame between the Hanshin Tigers and Taiyo Whales, at their favorite Tokyo restaurant, talking of their old teacher and married life, in Yasujiro Ozu’s An Autumn Afternoon, 1962.
rAutumn Afternoon, An (1962) - Marry Her Off Director Yasujiro opens what would be his final film, unmistakable style and milieu except for a tilt toward colorful, industrial landscapes, introducing Chishu Ryu as executive and widowed dad Hirayama and Noburo Nakamura his visiting pal Kawai, the secretary not credited, in An Autumn Afternoon, 1962.
Autumn Afternoon, An (1962) - I Can Pay Later At home with angered Akiko (Mariko Okada) and husband Kazuo (Shin-ichiro Mikami) whom we learn, with unexpected duplicity, has hit up his father for more money than they needed for a refrigerator, to buy nice golf clubs, though he has a terrific swing, chatting with a pal (Teruo Yoshida), in Yasujiro Ozu’s An Autumn Afternoon, 1962.
Autumn Afternoon, An (1962) - He's Rather Tipsy Tokyo businessmen and old school pals HIrayama and Kawai (Chishu Ryu, Noburo Nakamura) bring their impoverished intoxicated old teacher “the Gourd” (Eijiro Tono) home from a tribute they’ve just held for him, meeting his embarrassed daughter (Michiyo Tamaki), in Yasujiro Ozu’s last feature, An Autumn Afternoon, 1962.
Late Autumn (1960) - Monks Went A Little Overboard In ceremonies marking the anniversary of the death of their father, husband and friend, young Ayako (Yoko Tsukasa), mother Akiko (Setsuko Hara) and pals Mamiya, Taguchi and Hirayama (Shin Saburi, Nobuo Nakamura, Ryuji Kita) find humor and common interests, early in Yasujiro Ozu's Late Autumn, 1960.
Late Autumn (1960) - Please Decline The Offer Director Yasujiro Ozu is only beginning to confirm that the story will revolve around widow Akiko (Setsuko Hara) and daughter Ayako (Yoko Tsukasa), here discussing the latest inquiry into the latter's marital status, early in Late Autumn, 1960.
Late Spring (a.k.a. Banshun) 1949 - Forgive The Delay Opening sequence, low angles, no camera movement and little inside the frame, Noriko (Setsuko Hara) at a tea ceremony with her aunt (Haruko Sugimura), in the first film in Yasujiro Ozu's acclaimed "Noriko" trilogy, Late Spring (a.k.a. Banshun), 1949.
Late Spring (a.k.a. Banshun) 1949 - Solo Violin Recital Unemployed and single Noriko (Setsuko Hara) with her otherwise-betrothed friend Hattori (Kuniko Miyake), giggling over her professor father (Chishu Ryu), his boss, having tried to set them up, early in Yasujiro Ozu's Late Spring (a.k.a. Banshun) 1949.
Early Spring (1956) - The Garbage Man Never Comes Opening with static shots of grim scenes of modern industrial Japan, we meet Masako (Chikage Awashima) and husband Shoji (Ryo Ikebe), then briefly their neighbors the Aokis (Teiji Takahashi, Takako Fujino), before the work day begins, in Yasujiro Ozu's Early Spring, 1956.
Early Spring (1956) - Everyone's Dissatisfied Our hero, Tokyo office worker Shoji (Ryo Ikebe) and his quasi-mentor Onodera (Chishu Ryu), in town though he's long been farmed out to the boondocks, visit ex-colleague Kawai (So Yamamura), who opened his own coffee shop, in Yasujiro Ozu's Early Spring, 1956.

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