Over the last two decades, Yasujiro Ozu has won international
recognition as a major filmmaker. Combining biographical
information with discussions of the films' aesthetic strategies and
cultural significance, David Bordwell questions the popular image
of Ozu as the traditional Japanese artisan and examines the
aesthetic nature and functions of his cinema.
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