tt0039651 Record of a Tenement Gentleman (1947)
In post-war Japan, a man brings a lost boy to his tenement. No one wants to take the child for even one night; finally, a sour widow, Tané, does. The next day, complaining, she takes the boy to his neighborhood and finds his father has gone to Tokyo; it seems the boy has been abandoned. Tané wants to leave him there, but he follows her home. The next morning he disappears fearing a scolding after wetting the bed. Tané realizes she likes having him there, searches for him, and keeps him when he's found that night. Within days, she considers him her son.
tt0022485 Tokyo Chorus (1931)
Mr. Omura, a teacher, leads a group of male students in an outdoor drill. One slight, comic young man, Shinji Okajima, has no shirt under his jacket; he scratches at fleas and makes faces behind Omura's back. Jump ahead several years, Shinji is married with three children. He sells insurance, and on the company's annual bonus day, he protests when an older worker is fired. Shinji loses his own job as a result, and he and his wife must find ways to cope. Lassitude, pride, the demands and needs of young children, and relationships from bygone school days all play a part in the outcome of their struggle.
tt0027118 An Inn in Tokyo (1935)
An Inn in Tokyo (Tokyo No Yado) is the final installment of Ozu's "Kihachi Trilogy, and also one of his finest silent works. In many way, it anticipates Vittorio De Sica's Italian neorealist classic 'The Bicycle Thieves' as it focuses on the dignity of the individual and the vital details of the Depression, in this case in pre-war Japan. Kihachi is struggling with his two young sons as he tries his best to seek work. With the help of an old friend, Kihachi finally manages to obtain employment. However, in order to help the daughter of a single mother, he must maker a decision that could forfeit all his hopes and desires for a stable life for himself and his two sons.
tt0040505 A Hen in the Wind (1948)
A man returns from World War II to find his desperate wife has resorted to one night of prostitution to pay for their son's hospital bills.
tt0024120 Dragnet Girl (1933)
Tokiko is an office typist who is more pleased at catching the owner's son attention than he knows. That's because her real boyfriend is Joji, a washed up boxer turned gangster and her employer is a great opportunity to milk him for them both. However, when Kazuko, the innocent sister of Hiroshi, a hopeful new member of the gang, comes to Joji to plead with him to send Hiroshi away, the gangster is warmly affected by her. However, Tokiko is jealous and determined to win Joji back no matter what the cost while Joji has his own decisions to make about his life.
tt0034298 The Brothers and Sisters of the Toda Family (1941)
When the patriarch of the Toda family suddenly dies, his widow discovers that he has left her with nothing but debt and married children who are unwilling to support her--except for her most thoughtful son, just returned from China.
tt0020563 Days of Youth (1929)
Two university students vie for the same virginal sweetheart, Chieko (Junko Matsui, whose dimpled smile suggests Ame agaru's Yoshiko Miyazaki). Watanabe (Ichiro Yuki) is a lazy rogue, irresponsible and crafty. As the film opens he advertises that his room is for rent, but keeps lying to interested parties that the place is already rented; he's holding out for a beautiful girl to flirt with. He eventually rents the room to Chieko, and decides the best way to win her heart is to stalk and annoy her until she falls in love with him.
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