November 12, 2020, 08:51 AM
Ozu is one of those directors whose work inspired everyone who came after him. He was working at the same time as Welles and Curtiz, making movies that were just as important—movies about life, death, family, and marriage that were serene, melodic celebrations of nature and humanity that unfold slowly—a cinematic style that helped turn Ozu into a legend in film.
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