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Film Fest Gent - Ciné-concert: Gosses de Tokyo
Archived: Ciné-concert: Gosses de Tokyo - I Was Born, But... (1932)

director: Yasujirô Ozu

With: Tatsuo Saitô, Tomio Aoki, Mitsuko Yoshikawa, a.o.

Archived
duration: 100 minutes
Drama, Comedy

Classics

"Ozu's direction of the children is quite masterly and he makes some splendidly wry comments on middle-class family life. Whichever way you look at it, it remains a supremely funny film, sunnily shot on locations which include Ozu's favourite highways and byways." (John Gillett)

The screening will be accompanied by live music composed by Belgian Gwenaël Grisi.

€13 − €11 students or Film Fest Gent 2016 accreditation

Buy your tickets for 'Gosses de Tokyo' before 1 October and enter for a chance to win one of five exclusive Ozu DVD boxes! Titles included in this box set: 'Late Spring', 'Early Summer', 'Equinox Flower', 'Good Morning', 'Late Autumn', 'An Autumn Afternoon' and 'Tokyo Story'.

Credits

director: Yasujirô Ozu
screenplay: Akira Fushimi (Scenario), Geibei Ibushiya (Adaptation), Yasujirô Ozu (Idea)
Editor: Hideo Shigehara
Cinematography: Hideo Shigehara

production company: Shôchiku Eiga

More info

dialogue: Japanese
subtitles: Eng subt.
country: Japan
year: 1932

Filmography

YASUJIRÔ OZU (1903-1963): Blade of Penitence (1927), Wakôdo no yume (1928), Wife Lost (1928), Kabocha (1928, short), Hikkoshi fûfu (1928, short), Nikutaibi (1928), Takara no yama (1929), Fighting Friends (1929, short), Daigaku wa detakeredo (1929), The Life of an Office Worker (1929), Tokkan kozô (1929, short), Days of Youth (1929), Kekkongaku nyûmon (1930), The Revengeful Spirit of Eros (1930, short), The Luck Which Touched the Leg (1930), Ojôsan (1930), Walk Cheerfully (1930), That Night's Wife… Show more

Technical Specs

format: DCP
frame: 1:1,37

Other festival films by director Yasujirô Ozu

1979:Aki by yori
1979:Tokyo monogatari

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