Yasujirō Ozu  

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Ozu Yasujirō (12 December 1903 - 12 December 1963) was an influential Japanese film director. Although marriage and family were among the most persistent themes in his body of work, Ozu remained single and childless all his life. He is noted for such films as Good Morning.

Partial filmography

The following 33 films survive:

References & further reading




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