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Ozu and the Poetics of Cinema
It is a cineja which Bordwell insists was quite worth the three days needed to set up. Notes from the Raccoon Lodge You are my density A variation on a sunbeam: Australian Film, Television and Radio School. Third edition, New York: Lloyd Agee Anderson Animation Animation: Public Private login e. For example, he uses Woman of Tokyo as a test case of Noel Burch’s arguments of Ozu’s work, since it is the film that he most frequently referred to in his study of the aesthetics of Ozu.
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Combining biographical information with discussions of the films’ aesthetic strategies and cultural significance, David Bordwell questions the popular image of Ozu as the traditional Japanese artisan and examines the aesthetic nature and functions of his cinema. In the second part of the book he discusses the films individually and even has notes about non-existing films that have been lost.
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