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  1. Pancho Legaspi's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

  2. Kaj's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

    I wish there were more of Kazu.

  3. dordairobert's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

  4. FISCHER's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

    Shuhei Hirayama, un veuf qui vit avec une de ses filles, prénommée Michiko, tente de persuader cette dernière de se marier ; lui-même, envisageant à nouveau un remariage, pour sortir enfin d'une morne solitude, qu'il tentait de combler vaille que vaille avec quelques amis et relations, dans des soirées passées à boire du saké. EXCELLENT ! www.cinefiches.com

  5. Balthaz21's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

  6. ermete polpette's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

  7. Michael Zyx MH Claes's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

    Sauve qui peut, un soap nippon. Une musique horripilante gâche ces interminables projets de mariage ennuyeux. Le colorisation est intéressante. Ça a le gout du saké, l'odeur du saké mais ce n'est pas du saké. C'est un Canada Dry du Soleil Levant, fade et lent ...

  8. RoRoRoro's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

  9. Durandré's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

    peut-être un poil long pour un spectateur de 2016, mais intéressant témoignage sur le japon des années 60. Si on y ajoute des cadrages et une photo magnifique, et des acteurs dont on est content de retrouver le visage familier, on se sent comme chez soi dans cet univers.

  10. Tibulle85's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

    Un saké pas désagréable à siroter, mais tiède (comme un Ozu...). Pour les amateurs du "vrai" Japon, conservateur et exotique!

  11. Sander Moyson's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

    A funeral or a marriage? Who can say? Life and death are interwoven, as they meet in man's silent, tearful letting go.

  12. Duncan Gray's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

    Ozu is one of the few directors who can claim to have pioneered a unique style, and when it works—Late Spring, Tokyo Story—there's nothing better. But few directors were also so content to keep making and remaking the same material. This is essentially a remake of Late Spring, interesting only when it differs in subplots. I can't help but think that every self-respecting canon needs one Ozu film, and nothing more.

  13. lIZUKA's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

    After living with his mother almost 60 years, in all of Ozu films, he turned to the same central themes of loneliness, marriage, family or dependence. That's why, in the end, Hirayama pours himself some tea. "Ummm.."

  14. $ROBINROSA$'s rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

    acceptance, resignation, inevitability, surrender

  15. Kevin Costner's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

    An outstanding final film from the master

  16. Ozu_Teapot's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

  17. Aardsy's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

    Be a good wife. Be happy.

  18. bagno's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

  19. Daniel S.'s rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

    Nothing to say that hasn't been already said. Masterpiece.

  20. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

  21. Egoisms's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

    Everything is flawless. It's simply not to my taste, thus the missing star. The same goes with the novels of Yasunari Kawabata. They're just too Japanese.

  22. cinegeek.de's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

    Zwei Schüler mittleren Alters laden ihren alten Lehrer zum Essen ein. Er betrinkt sich gehörig und wird schliesslich von Trauer überwältigt: Wir sind stets allein im Leben. Immer allein... mehr auf cinegeek.de

  23. jchandleroc's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

    "Where have you come from? A funeral?" "Something like that."

  24. HSBilly's rating of the film An Autumn Afternoon

    ozu's final film about lonely aging man, i start to think that maybe this is what he feels in his final days, like chisu ryu sit alone in midnight at the ending. but the most emotional part is, the shots of empty rooms at the end. well, ozu's grave "nothingness" start to come up in my mind and makes me sad. his ellipsis editing is always genius.

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