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  1. Howard Orr's rating of the film An Inn in Tokyo

    Predating the neo-realism of Visconti's "Ossessione" by some seven years, "An Inn In Tokyo" remains thrillingly immediate and humane. Only a great master could make such an innovative film without resorting to pathos.

  2. FISCHER's rating of the film An Inn in Tokyo

    D'une infinie noirceur, dans un dédale d'usines et d'indifférence, une œuvre puissante et mémorable, d'une maîtrise technique époustouflante qui fut une des dernières réalisations muettes du prolifique et talentueux metteur en scène... www.cinefiches.com

  3. Tanisha Sharma's rating of the film An Inn in Tokyo

    Story of simpler times, simpler life and an incident which could have happened anywhere, in any city. A father with his two sons trying to find a job but with no luck and little money their only option is to either eat or sleep in an inn in Tokyo but despite their own misfortune they are willing to save little "Kimiko" no matter what it takes...wrap your heart in ice when you watch it or it might just melt.

  4. Lynch/Fellini's rating of the film An Inn in Tokyo

    This is great even by Ozu's standards- that last shot is just heartbreaking!

  5. cyrikelly's rating of the film An Inn in Tokyo

    film très bon malgré le film muet.

  6. SahilZafar's rating of the film An Inn in Tokyo

    Yasujiro Ozu's "Tokyo no yado" aka "An Inn in Tokyo" (1935) ... Probably the best movie of Ozu. This silent movie came 12 years before Vittorio De Sica's "Bicycle Thieves" makes it even more admirable than Sica's movie. It hits you right in the guts. Story about poverty, struggle and sacrifice. An absolute triumph of a movie on every level ... Highly Recommended!

  7. D. Ash's rating of the film An Inn in Tokyo

    One of the greatest films of the 30's. In particular, the scene where the elder son serves the father imaginary sake stands out as amongst the most poignant and sublime in all of cinema.