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Where Now Are the Dreams of Youth (1932)
"Seishun no yume imaizuko" (original title)

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Cast overview:
Ureo Egawa ...
Tetsuo Horino
Shigeko, bakery assistant
Tatsuo Saitô ...
Taichiro Saiki
Haruo Takeda ...
Kenzo Horino
Ryôtarô Mizushima ...
Kanzo, the uncle
Kenji Ôyama ...
Takeshi Sakamoto ...
College Janitor
Chôko Iida ...
Saiki's Mother
Ayako Katsuragi ...
Mrs. Yamamura
Satoko Date ...
Rich girl
Kaoru Futaba ...


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Release Date:

13 October 1932 (Japan)  »

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Seishun no yume imaizuko  »

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Friendship vs. Class Power -- guess who wins?
13 December 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ozu revisits the dichotomy between schoolboy idealism and working world realities, this time focusing on four college friends, one of whom (Tatsuo Saito) happens to be the son of a corporate executive; the son takes over upon his father's death, and his friends come seeking employment. Their friendship clearly isn't the same under this new working relationship, the subordinates become yes-men to the point that one of them says nothing when Saito casts an eye on his fiance. This leads to a climax even more violent than those of A HEN IN THE WIND or THE MUNEKATA SISTERS, a minute-long beating served by one friend to another that is all the more stunning in that the other two friends passively look on. Startlingly raw and deeply unresolved, this is perhaps Ozu's most disturbing exploration of social inequality and the damage it unleashes even among the most loyal friends.

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