Ozu and the Poetics of Cinema
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Bordwell lecturing on the economics of the film industry; his whiteboard diagram shows the oligopoly that existed in the US film industry during the Golden Age of Hollywood. New York , U.
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The delicate touch with which the film portrays the eternal conflict between weary parents and stubborn children pulls profound, universal emotions out of the highly specific, lovingly detailed setting. Throughout all of this, Ozu sacrifices none of his characteristic precision, rendering the whole film in sturdy angles that depict the life of a Japanese household with beautiful geometric rigor. If you've never seen a movie directed by this beloved genius, you could hardly hope for a more welcoming, warm-hearted place to begin.
After the screening, he will participate in a conversation with Professor David Bordwell, author of Ozu and the Poetics of Cinema. Order for Guest.