Amazing scene


The movie is funny, poignant and truthful. It's every day life, but shows the magnitude of moments. There's a scene, about 2/3 of the way through that is so simple, yet so powerful and it's just of a family playing. It changed my entire view of the film and my mood. It's proof that Ozu, many times, would make an entire film to simply show us five or six scenes that changes us internally. He's truly the master of subtle power.

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