Wim Wenders goes to Japan in a futile quest for "pure" images in TOKYO-GA, a "personal diary" that's part travelogue and part ethnographic study of the Japanese people and their culture, but it's mostly a tribute to the "sacred" films of the great director Yasujiro Ozu (TOKYO STORY). Searching for the Tokyo as depicted in the films of Yasujiro Ozo, Wim...read more
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