Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Comedy, Drama, Short Films, Silent
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.
Masterful noir thriller from director Akira Kurosawa about a detective who tries to hunt down his lost gun, which falls into gangsters' hands.
11+ years 117 mins
An elderly couple leave their village in southern Japan to visit their grown-up children in Tokyo, in this haunting and highly-acclaimed Japanese film
14+ years 136 mins
Essential introduction to silent comedy giant Buster Keaton, full of unbelievable stunts and endless slapstick, featuring eight of his short films.
7+ years 180 mins
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