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Daigaku wa detakeredo (1929)

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Minoru Takada ...
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Utako Suzuki ...
Mother
Kenji Ôyama ...
Sugimura
Shin'ichi Himori ...
Tailor
Kenji Kimura ...
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Takeshi Sakamoto ...
Secretary
Chôko Iida ...
Landlady
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6 September 1929 (Japan)  »

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I Graduated, But...  »

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It's Ozu Hundred Percent
2 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's Ozu hundred percent: nice middle class guys understanding their mistakes as they get lessons of life from their loved ones. The social situation is harsh, but the tone of Ozu is mild, his empathy for the personages is total. Says Donald Richie in his monumental monograph consecrated to the great Japanese director, "he (Ozu) was always ready to accept human nature as he found it... (and) he went on to celebrate it."

I Graduated, But... is one of the movies of Ozu that is lost. Released in 1929, it was 100 minutes long. What remained are some fragments that have together a length of ten minutes. At least they offer a good summary of the plot.

It is unfortunate that the whole movie is no more. Critics consider it as marking the emergence of what is known as the "style of Ozu." You can see in the fragments in the fragments that remained: the poster with Harold Lloyd that keeps on coming on the screen, the two kids playing the ball, the scenes in the bar. As I said, it's Ozu hundred percent, the amazing Ozu.


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