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Ozu and the Poetics of Cinema
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The Japanese family in dissolution figures in every one of his fifty-three films. In his later pictures, the whole world exists in one family, the characters are family members rather than members of a society, and the ends of the earth seem no more distant than the outside of the house. Donald Richie April 17, — February 19, was an American-born author who wrote about the Japanese people, the culture of Japan, and especially Japanese cinema. Books Journals. About the Book "Substantially the book that devotees of the director have been waiting for: a full-length critical work about Ozu's life, career and working methods, buttressed with reproductions of pages from his notebooks and shooting scripts, numerous quotes from co-workers and Japanese critics, a great many stills and an unusually detailed filmography. About the Author Donald Richie April 17, — February 19, was an American-born author who wrote about the Japanese people, the culture of Japan, and especially Japanese cinema.
In 17 short sections, the text is an extension of the work in the gallery. It will be hosted here for the duration of the exhibition. It can also be downloaded as a pdf file below. The Japanese director Mikio Naruse made dramas of everyday life, a genre known in Japan as Shomin-geki. Isolated from the flow of the film, this still image of Kikuko played by Setsuko Hara might be erotic, poignant, ecstatic, or mournful.
Sight and Sound Yasujiro Ozu, the man whom his kinsmen consider the most Japanese for all film directors, had but one major subject, the Japanese family, and but one Request an Exam or Desk Copy Recommend to Your Library (PDF) of the director have been waiting for: a full-length critical work about Ozu's life.
The past couple of months have seen the appearance of two comparatively slender — and in some ways, strikingly similar — volumes of belle-lettrist writing about cinema. Each is written by a figure with a literary reputation and each tackles just a single film from the canon of high modernism. Having now read the book, however, I think it is a bit pointless and a bit thoughtless, by the end a bit insightful but too often more than a bit irritating. On of the things you notice first about Noriko Smiling is that there are none of those pesky attributes of scholarship that books about cinema seem to feel necessary. There are no footnotes, for example, and even though Adam Mars-Jones quotes, sometimes extensively, from other writers on Ozu, there are no bibliographical references.
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A fter Ozu died on his sixtieth birthday, December 12, , some thirty-two diaries were discovered. They were from to , and though a few years were missing, they offer a commentary on the life of the director and reveal something of his personality. Perhaps disappointingly, he rarely wrote about the directing or editing of his films. It was only the creation of the script that interested his diary, and Ozu kept a day-by-day account of the progress, noting when certain scenes were written. He writes more fully about the films of other directors.
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Hij had een grote interesse voor de Japanse cultuur en heeft verschillende boeken geschreven over de Japanse cultuur, in het bijzonder over de Japanse cinema. Hoewel hij vooral bekend is als schrijver en criticus produceerde hij zelf een paar films en introduceerde zo de Japanse cinema in het Westen. Daarnaast schreef hij artikelen voor The Japan Times en schreef hij reisverslagen.
Donald Richie 17 April — 19 February was an American -born author who wrote about the Japanese people , the culture of Japan , and especially Japanese cinema. Richie was born in Lima, Ohio. By then he had already published his first work, "Tumblebugs" , a short story. In , Richie first visited Japan with the American occupation force , a job he saw as an opportunity to escape from Lima, Ohio.
- Я все объясню. Она попыталась высвободиться. Коммандер не отпускал .