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  • AN INN IN TOKYO
    1:25 4:40 8:00
    THE ONLY SON
    3:00 6:15 9:40

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AN INN IN TOKYO and THE ONLY SON

AN INN IN TOKYO
東京の宿

(1935) Factory worker Takeshi Sakamoto, on the road with two sons — including I Was Born, But...’s Tokkankozo — finds work and a friendly widow, but a sudden illness causes theft. Original music soundtrack. Approx. 80 min. 35mm.

1:25, 4:40, 8:00

“Probably the masterpiece of Ozu’s silent period.”
– Noel Burch

 
AN INN IN TOKYO and THE ONLY SON

THE ONLY SON
一人息子

(1936) In Ozu’s first talkie, poor factory worker Choko Iida, visiting the Tokyo son she has skimped to educate, finds even a college degree can’t cut it in Depression era Japan. Approx. 83 min. 35mm.
3:00, 6:15, 9:40

“Originality, integrity, and the sharpest kind of observation.”
– Donald Richie