Akibiyori

Synopsis: Family and friends of the late Shuzo Miwa have gathered for his annual memorial service, this one marking the seventh anniversary of his passing. Three of his long time friends - married Shuzo Taguchi, married Soichi Mamiya, and widowed Seiichiro Hirayama - have long known and admitted to each other that they have always been attracted to his widow, Akiko Miwa, who they believe has gotten even more beautiful as she has matured. The three friends take it upon themselves to find a husband for the Miwa's now twenty-four year old daughter, Ayako Miwa, who they believe as beautiful as her mother, and who, as a pure innocent, deserves a good husband. Their self-appointed task is despite them knowing that Ayako does not want them to do so. She doesn't want to get married, at least not yet, as she struggles with her traditional sensibilities in post-war modern Japan. Her first priority as she sees it is to take care of her widowed mother, who would be alone if she were to get married. The diff
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Yasujirô Ozu
Production: CJ Entertainment
  3 wins.
 
IMDB:
8.2
Rotten Tomatoes:
100%
NOT RATED
Year:
1960
128 min
17 Views


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This film was screened

at the Art estival in 1960.

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LATE AUTUMN:

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BASED ON A NOVEL BY TON SATOMl

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SCREENPLAY BY YASUJlRO OZU

AND KOGO NODA:

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CAST:

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SETSUKO HARA:

YOKO TSUKASA:

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DlRECTED BY YASUJlRO OZU

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That sounds delicious.

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What does?

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We're talking about where to get steak.

He knows a good restaurant. Where is it?

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Do you know the Honmoku-tei in Ueno?

lt's right next to it.

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lt's run by an old couple.

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Really? l'd like to try it.

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l usually go to the pork restaurant

behind the Matsuzakaya.

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You do, too, right?

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l've been going there

ever since it was just a little stall.

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That was when we were students. We were

always hungry, but didn't have any money.

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We would pool our money, then go there

together. Miwa used to come, too.

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Really? You were friends with him

when you were that young?

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Yeah. We also lived in the same dormitory

at secondary school.

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Did you really?

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You've been very kind to me, too.

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He was an excellent manager,

always very calm.

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This is already the seventh memorial

of his death.

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Time flies.

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How many years has it been for you?

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What do you mean?

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-Since you lost your wife.

-our, almost five years.

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Hey, the tea twig is sticking up.

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The tea twig...

Maybe something good's going to happen.

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A twig sticking up in your tea

while you're in the temple

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could mean

that your dead wife is coming to get you.

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Oh, shut up! l'm not ready to go yet.

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-Uncle Miwa is so late.

-Yes. l wonder what happened.

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Oh, here he is.

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Hi. Sorry l'm late.

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l'm Shizuo Miwa's brother.

Thank you all for coming here today.

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Being a country man,

l got lost on my way here.

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Good to see you, Mr Hirayama, Mr Taguchi.

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lt's been a long time.

Did you just arrive in Tokyo today?

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No, l had other business to attend to,

so l came a day early.

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Thank you for taking care of my son

last time he was there.

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Don't mention it.

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What happened?

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My son went to Lake Haruna last winter

to go skating with his friends.

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They stayed at his inn.

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Thank you for the present he brought me.

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