Tatsuo Hamada


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Late Autumn (1960) -- (Movie Clip) 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) -- (Movie Clip) 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.
Early Spring (1956) -- (Movie Clip) 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) -- (Movie Clip) 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.
Early Spring (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Where's The Wife? The gang from the office on the weekend hike they planned, married Shoji (Ryo Ikebe) and Chiyo (Keiko Kishi), nicknamed "Goldfish" and the well-known office flirt, pair off, with outwardly innocent conversation, in Yasujiro Ozu's Early Spring, 1956.
Early Spring (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Why Is He So Jealous? Still giddy after her generally above-board visit over the weekend with married Shoji (Ryo Ikebe), office flirt Chiyo (Keiko Kishi) makes a colleague (Chieko Nakakita) wonder, then meets him for a somewhat secret lunch, in Yasujiro Ozu's Early Spring, 1956.
Early Spring (1956) -- (Movie Clip) No Need To Worry Masako (Chikage Awashima) is at home being reassured by her mother (Kumeko Hurabe) that she need not worry about her husband Shoji (Ryo Ikebe) staying out all night, though we know he's just consummated an extra-marital affair, in Yasujiro Ozu's Early Spring, 1956.