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Japanese (English subtitles)
An elderly couple leave their village in southern Japan to visit their grown-up children in Tokyo, and become ever-more aware of the gulf that exists between themselves and their offspring. One of the most celebrated moments in the history of Japanese cinema, Tokyo Story paints a quiet, nostalgic picture of traditions and values being lost in a rapidly changing society - making for a profound, haunting film that, fittingly enough, will long stay in the memory.
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Ozu inspired animated romantic drama about two school friends whose lives are disrupted with the arrival on the scene of a new, intriguing student.
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