OZUO Zawarciu Umowy (Polish: Information Processing Centre; Warsaw, Poland)
OZUOfficina Zone Umane (Italian: Human Zone Workshop; cultural center)
OZUOffener Ziviler Ungehorsam (German: Open Civil Disobedience; Germany)
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Kore-eda utilizes static long shots, like his predecessors Ozu and Mizoguchi, to mute the melodrama of particularly emotional scenes.
His topics are Hou's odyssey, Zhu Taiwan and the sotto voce of gendered expression, comparing Hou Hsiao-hsien and Ozu Yasujiro, the muted interstices of testimony, time and teleology in Hou's films of quest and disillusionment, and what is said and left unsaid in his period adaptations.
Setsuko Hara, the muse of Yasujiro Ozu as well as other directors of Japanese cinema's 1950s and '60s Golden Age, died Sept.
The 1953 Japanese film "Tokyo Story" by Ozu Yasujiro topped the list.
"Most of what I learned was through watching films and reading about film makers such as Yasujiro Ozu, Satyajit Ray and Akira Kurosawa," says Saleh.
Oman led the first period by virtue of an early Hani Dhabit goal (2nd minute) but Japan equalised in the second period through skipper Moreira Ozu in the 23rd.
Ali Al-Saif contributed two goals (8', 12') for Kuwait on both sides of another for Abdullateef Al-Hamad (11'), while Takasuke Goto (7', 12') and Ozu Moreira (1', 10', 13') stole the show for the opponents amid an assault over two remaining halves in the Group B fixture.
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Like Jean Renoir in France, Yasujiro Ozu was one of Japan's most prestigious and prolific directors.