“I am happy just as I am”; The Quotidian in Late Spring

Yasujirô Ozu is notorious for his slow-paced family dramas and the explorations of profound human emotions through the seemingly mundane plots. Late Spring is no different. The plot revolves around the daily life of an elderly professor and his unmarried and firmly devoted daughter. The majority of the action takes place within the confines of their house … Continue reading “I am happy just as I am”; The Quotidian in Late Spring