An invitation to travel through 6 colorful masterpieces by Ozu
It was in 1958 with Fleurs d'équinoxe that Yasujiro Ozu made his transition to color. If the abandonment of black and white will not profoundly change his cinematographic grammar, it will allow him to enrich his formalist vision of staging and to reach the peak of his art! Offered for the first time in a Collector's Box of 6 Blu-rays (including the unreleased Floating Herbs and Last Caprice ), this full color collection is made up of six feature films restored in HD, 2K or 4K.
6 BD • HIGH DEFINITION MASTERS • 1080/23.98p • AVC ENCODING • Japanese Intertitles / Original Version DTS-HD MA 1.0 • French Subtitles • 1.33 and 1.37 formats respected • Black & White and Colors • Total Film Length: 1,011 min