An Autumn Afternoon
//Reviews

Yasujiro Ozu's 'Late Autumn' and 'An Autumn Afternoon' | 19 May 2011 // 4:03 PM

Like a haiku with a rigid structure or a kimono-clad mother, these films are restrained and beautiful.

An Autumn Afternoon | 4 Dec 2008 // 1:58 PM

Ozu is at once alien and ordinary, without allowing this atypical film to be assimilated into some pop culture fashion.

//Blogs

ReFramed No. 13: Yasujiro Ozu’s 'An Autumn Afternoon' (1962) | 2 Nov 2011 // 2:00 AM

Across a 50-plus film career, Yasujiro Ozu managed a singularity of vision that is unmatched in the history of the medium. His thematic inclination coupled with perhaps the most effortlessly formalist visual aesthetic ever conceived marks his catalogue as one of a unified, personal vision.

//Mixed media
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In Motion: On the Emptiness of Progress

// Moving Pixels

"Nils Pihl calls it, "Newtonian engagement", that is, when "an engaged player will remain engaged until acted upon by an outside force". That's "progress".

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