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  • Extras:
    * "Good Morning" (1959) (94:24)
    * "I Was Born, But..." (1932) (90:38)
    Interview with film scholar David Bordwell (18:40)
    Video essay on Ozuís use of humor by critic David Cairns (17:32)
    Fragment of "A Straightforward Boy", a 1929 silent film by Ozu (13:54)
  • Subtitles:
    English (optional) for Japanese Intertitles
  • Aspect Ratio:
    1.33:1
  • Picture Format:
    1080p24 AVC MPEG-4
  • Soundtrack(s):
    Music Dolby Digital 1.0 (score by Donald Sosin)
  • Case type:
    Keep Case
  • Notes:
    The film is an extra on the "Good Morning"(1959) Blu-ray.
    Includes an essay by critic Jonathan Rosenbaum.

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  • Extras:
    * "Good Morning" (1959) (94:24)
    * "I Was Born, But..." (1932) (90:38)
    Interview with film scholar David Bordwell (18:40)
    Video essay on Ozuís use of humor by critic David Cairns (17:32)
    Fragment of "A Straightforward Boy", a 1929 silent film by Ozu (13:54)
  • Subtitles:
    English (optional) for Japanese Intertitles
  • Aspect Ratio:
    1.33:1
  • Picture Format:
    1080p24 AVC MPEG-4
  • Soundtrack(s):
    Music Dolby Digital 1.0 (score by Donald Sosin)
  • Case type:
    Keep Case
  • Notes:
    The film is an extra on the "Good Morning"(1959) Blu-ray.
    Includes an essay by critic Jonathan Rosenbaum.

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  •  
  • Extras:
    DISC ONE
    *
    "The Only Son" (1936) (82:38)
    "The Time Period Shown" 2013 interview with filmmaker Jean-Jacques Beineix (22:36) [1080p]

    DISC TWO
    * "Late Spring" (1949) (108:31)
    * "Where Now Are the Dreams of Youth?" (1932) (85:16)
    "Fighting Friends" surviving fragment of the 1929 film (14:25)
    "Ozu en 10 films" trailer (1:30) [1080p]

    DISC THREE
    * "Early Summer" (1951) (125:10)
    * "Woman of Tokyo" (1933) (46:29)
    "Voyage of Cinema - Early Summer" featurette (15:00)
    "Figures: Linen, Smoke and Electric Poles" featurette (7:24)

    DISC FOUR
    * "The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice" (1952) (115:55)
    * "Record of a Tenement Gentleman" (1947) (71:13)
    "A Straightforward Boy" surviving fragment of the 1929 film (13:52)

    DISC FIVE
    * "Tokyo Story" (1953) (136:11)
    "Role Playing" featurette (25:45) [1080i 50hz]
    "Voyage of Cinema - Voyage to Tokyo" featurette (15:00) [1080i 50hz]
    "Tokyo Stories" visual essay by Kiju Yoshida (1:45) [1080i 50hz]
    Theatrical Trailer (4:18) [1080i 50hz]

    DISC SIX
    * "Early Spring" (1956) (144:53)
    * "Tokyo Chorus" (1931) (90:12)
    "Figures: Posters and Panels" featurette (9:05)

    DISC SEVEN
    * "Tokyo Twilight" (1957) (140:36)
    "I Graduated, But..." surviving fragment of the 1929 film (11:42)
    "Chishu Ryu and Shochiku's Ofuna Studio" 1988 documentary (45:17)
    "Figures: Trains and Cars" featurette (10:19)

    DISC EIGHT
    * "Equinox Flower" (1958) (117:41)
    * "A Story of Floating Weeds" (1934) (86:00)
    * "An Inn in Tokyo" (1935) (75:25)
    "Figures: Seas and Rivers" featurette (6:13)
    "Equinox Flower" theatrical trailer (3:27)

    DISC NINE
    * "Good Morning" (1959) (94:18)
    * "I Was Born, But..." (1932) (86:47)
    * "There Was a Father" (1942) (86:29)
    Interview with filmmaker Catherine Cadou (12:18)
    Interview with filmmaker Jean-Michel Frodon (14:11)
    "Nothing - An analysis of There Was a Father by Jean Douchet" featurette (17:07)
    "Restoration of There Was a Father" featurette (2:42)
    "Good Morning" theatrical trailer (3:38)

    DISC TEN
    * "Late Autumn" (1960) (128:59)
    "Kagamijishi" 1936 short (23:46)
    "Talking with Ozu" 1993 documentary - extended version (79:30) [1080i 50hz]
    Theatrical Trailer (2:10)

    DISC ELEVEN
    * "An Autumn Afternoon" (1962) (112:50)
    "I Lived, But..." 1983 documentary (122:50)
    "Voyage of Cinema: An Autumn Afternoon" featurette (15:07)
    Theatrical Trailer (3:04)
  • Subtitles:
    French (optional) for Japanese Intertitles
  • Aspect Ratio:
    1.33:1
  • Picture Format:
    576i AVC MPEG-4
  • Soundtrack(s):
    Silent Dolby Digital 0.0
  • Case type:
    Digipak
  • Notes:
    Extras are in 576i except where noted.
    "Late Spring", "Early Summer", "The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice", "Tokyo Story", "Early Spring", "Tokyo Twilight" are in 1080p, transfers from 4K restorations.
    "Equinox Flower", "Good Morning", "Late Autumn", and "An Autumn Afternoon" are in 1080p, transfers from 2K restorations.
    "The Only Son" is in 1080p, transfer from an HD master.
    "Where Now Are the Dreams of Youth?", "Woman of Tokyo", "Record of a Tenement Gentleman", "Tokyo Chorus", "A Story of Floating Weeds", "An Inn in Tokyo", "I Was Born, But...", and "There Was a Father" are in 576i, from standard definition masters.

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  • Extras:
    DISC ONE
    *
    "Equinox Flower" (1958) (117:41)
    * "A Story of Floating Weeds" (1934) (86:00)
    * "An Inn in Tokyo" (1935) (75:25)
    "Figures: Seas and Rivers" featurette (6:13)
    "Equinox Flower" theatrical trailer (3:27)

    DISC TWO
    * "Good Morning" (1959) (94:18)
    * "I Was Born, But..." (1932) (86:47)
    * "There Was a Father" (1942) (86:29)
    Interview with filmmaker Catherine Cadou (12:18)
    Interview with filmmaker Jean-Michel Frodon (14:11)
    "Nothing - An analysis of There Was a Father by Jean Douchet" featurette (17:07)
    "Restoration of There Was a Father" featurette (2:42)
    "Good Morning" theatrical trailer (3:38)

    DISC THREE
    * "Floating Weeds" (1959) (119:13)
    Introduction by critic Pascal Alex-Vincent (6:28)
    Interview with filmmaker Takashi Shimizu (6:37)
    2019 Trailer (1:26)
    Credits

    DISC FOUR
    * "Late Autumn" (1960) (128:59)
    "Kagamijishi" 1936 short (23:46)
    "Talking with Ozu" 1993 documentary - extended version (79:30) [1080i 50hz]
    Theatrical Trailer (2:10)

    DISC FIVE
    * "The End of Summer" (1961) (102:50)
    Introduction by critic Pascal Alex-Vincent (6:26)
    2020 Trailer (1:32)
    Credits

    DISC SIX
    * "An Autumn Afternoon" (1962) (112:50)
    "I Lived, But..." 1983 documentary (122:50)
    "Voyage of Cinema: An Autumn Afternoon" featurette (15:07)
    Theatrical Trailer (3:04)
  • Subtitles:
    French (optional) for Japanese Intertitles
  • Aspect Ratio:
    1.33:1
  • Picture Format:
    576i AVC MPEG-4
  • Soundtrack(s):
    Silent Dolby Digital 0.0
  • Case type:
    Digipak
  • Notes:
    Extras are in 576i except where noted.
    "Equinox Flower", "Good Morning", "Late Autumn", and "An Autumn Afternoon" are in 1080p, transfers from 2K restorations.
    "Floating Weeds", "The End of Summer" are in 1080p, transfers from 4K restorations.
    "A Story of Floating Weeds", "An Inn in Tokyo", "I Was Born, But...", and "There Was a Father" are in 576i, from standard definition masters.

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