2 comments on “An Autumn Afternoon (1962)

  1. I liked your insight about Ozu approaching banality of everyday life. He does that, but through capturing the simple moments he always has in mind the “bigger picture” of transience of life, memory, mores, family structure and so on. By approaching banality he grasps the universal

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