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?
Thursday, December 12, 2019
Great Moments In Movie Staches
Who? Jason Adams When? 12:57 PM
Labels: birthdays, Great Moments In Movie Staches
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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!
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