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Wim Wenders, 1985
USA | Format: Digital Projection | 92 minutes

Wim Wenders travels to Tokyo to pay homage to Ozu, whose films he considers "sacred treasures." His impressions of the country formed entirely by the cinema, Wenders interviews Ozu's collaborators while the symbols of the new Japan—all-night pachinko parlors, golf ranges atop downtown skyscrapers, rockabilly teenagers—conspire to shatter his illusions. The diary film features encounters with Ozu actor Chishu Ryu and cameraman Yuharu Atsuta. Chris Marker appears in a single playful shot, briefly glimpsed behind a newspaper.

Series: Ozu and His Afterlives

Venue: Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center

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