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Casal de idosos viaja a Tóquio, onde pretende visitar os filhos que há anos não vêem. Porém, todos são muito atarefados e não têm tempo para dar-lhes atenção. (Fonte: Filmow) Editar Tradução

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  • País: Japan
  • Tipo: Movie
  • Data de Lançamento: Nov 3, 1953
  • Duração: 2 hr. 16 min.
  • Pontuação: N/A (scored by 1 usuário)
  • Classificado: #2349
  • Popularidade: #8570
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Era uma Vez em Tóquio (1953) photo
Era uma Vez em Tóquio (1953) photo
Era uma Vez em Tóquio (1953) photo
Era uma Vez em Tóquio (1953) photo


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Often considered a masterpiece of cinema, Yasujiro Ozu's "Tokyo Story" is a slow-paced, slice-of-life story. An elderly couple visits two of their grown children in Tokyo. However, their children are busy and have no inclination to make time for their parents. This part of the story really broke my heart, especially considering how close I am to my parents. The only person who actually spends time with the couple is the wife of their dead son, Noriko (played by Setsuko Hara). Hara had my favorite scene at the end and her character was hands-down the best.

Ultimately, the story is about how children grow apart from the parents and how they can thoughtlessly hurt them.

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Family is everything, the most important and valuable thing in life.

The first part of the film really did a great job connecting me with the old couple Shukichi and Tomi.

Their journey to Tokyo to see their children, but they're kinda push them away, although the children intentions are good to sent them to Atami in hopes of giving the old folks time to calm their minds, but their reason "busy" makes me feel mad, also the old folks didn't felt calm cause you know.. If you have watched it.

Glad there's Noriko, the center of this film Trilogy, she's became a widow here because her husband died in war. Noriko is the only one in Tokyo who treat the old couple very well like she's the real daughter / children of them, even though their relationshis is only in-laws, and in fact, Noriko's belong to freedom.

The old folks "real children" is like a reflection, they're selfish and unable or unwilling to pay attention to their parent, and there are so many children who still behave like that today.

An outpouring session between Mother and Noriko makes my heart squezeed. Noriko's kindness combined with Mother's warmth, a moment that could be the beginning of tears when watching this film.

Then later at the end there is a moment where the father gives a speech to Noriko, words that any parent will say to a person who has married their child and this moment broke my tears, it's warm.

Overall it's the best from Noriko Trilogy.

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  • Movie: Era uma Vez em Tóquio
  • País: Japão
  • Data de Lançamento: Nov 3, 1953
  • Duração: 2 hr. 16 min.
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: Ainda Não Classificado


  • Pontuação: N/A (avaliado por 1 usuário)
  • Classificado: #2349
  • Popularidade: #8570
  • Fãs: 985

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