Thursday, December 12, 2019

Great Moments In Movie Staches

The film director and lifelong stache practitioner Yasujirô Ozu was born on this day in the year 1903 and died sixty years later to the exact day -- are any of readers well-versed in Ozu? I've seen only one of his films and he comprises a shameful blindspot in my cinematic erudition. Besides Tokyo Story what should I see?

1 comment:

Dame James said...

I saw a lot of his stuff when I was in high school 15 years ago, so most of them unfortunately run together for me. I've seen There Was a Father and Good Morning more recently, and they're both excellent. Now I need to find the time to go back and re-watch his other stuff!