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Comedy, Drama, Short Films, Silent
Japanese (English subtitles)
The title refers to the subject of the films contained within this collection: these are not films made by Ozu as a student; the stories all feature aspects of student life. In 'Days of Youth', two rival boys compete for a girl’s affections. In 'I Flunked, But . . .' a student's efforts to cheat in his exams are thwarted. 'The Lady and the Beard' explores the amusing consequences of a kendo master embracing modern life. 'Where Now are the Dreams of Youth?', in which four college friends end up working together, portends Ozu’s shift to heavier, more contemplative material.
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