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A SHOCHIKU FIIM
EARIY SUMMER
FROM THE 1951 ARTS FESTIVAI
Written by
KOGO NODA and YASUJIRO OZU
Producer
TAKESHI YAMAMOTO
Cinematography by
YUHARU ATSUTA
Art Direction by
TATSUO HAMADA
Recording by
YOSHISABURO SENO
Iighting by
ITSUO TAKASHITA
Film Developed by
RYUJI HAYASHI
Editing by
YOSHIYASU HAMAMURA
Music by
SENJI ITO
Cast:
SETSUKO HARA
CHISHU RYU
CHIKAGE AWASHIMA
KUNIKO MIYAKE
ICHIRO SUGAI
CHIEKO HIGASHIYAMA
HARUKO SUGIMURA
HIROSHI NIHONYANAGI
KUNIKO IGAWA
TOYOKO TAKAHASHI
KOKUTEN KODO
SEIJI MIYAGUCHI
SHUJI SANO
Directed by
YASUJIRO OZU
Breakfast, Grandpa.
Come on.
- I'll be right there.
I told him.
Put this on the table.
- Some pickles.
- Thanks.
Where's lsamu?
- Did you wash your face?
- Yes.
No, you didn't.
Your face is dirty.
Hurry up.
Did you wash?
Yes.
The towel's wet.
Go and see.
You sure?
Thank you.
We've started already.
Will you mail this?
Chew your food well.
You're off early.
I've got a very sick patient.
- I'll bring Great-uncle back with me.
- I appreciate it.
- Good-bye.
- Bye.
Hurry. You only have
seven minutes.
Are you coming?
Where will we meet?
Noriko and I
have decided on a place.
Good-bye.
I'm done.
Hurry up, lsamu.
What foods does Uncle like?
You needn't bother,
but he likes beans.
Me too.
Hurry up and eat.
You're slow.
Thanks for breakfast.
- I'll be going.
- Good-bye.
- See you at 5:30.
- All right.
You'll be late.
Don't forget Father's mail.
Thanks.
Good-bye now.
What are you doing?
Good-bye.
Have you got everything?
Good-bye.
Good morning.
Where's your brother?
- He caught an earlier train.
- I see.
- So there's a very sick patient?
- Yes. I stayed late last night.
This book's good.
- How far along are you?
Chapter four.
Now your toes are all neat and clean.
Here's a treat for you.
You love Grandpa?
Very much?
Yes, very much.
I love you.
I love you.
That's all.
- I hate you.
- Hey!
- I hate you.
- Iisten here!
We've got an order.
What about Asahi?
Still pending.
You know a good coffee shop?
I'd recommend the luna in Ginza.
But it's a tiny place.
Did you see
the company president?
Yes. Why?
No reason.
Hello.
Here comes the bill collector.
Hi.
Busy?
As always.
Must mean business is good.
Thank you.
So what happened the other night?
Very interesting.
Mr. Yada sang again.
What a shame.
It made Mother's heart act up again.
Don't worry.
The old hag won't die.
Did you hear?
Chako is getting married.
I didn't know. To whom?
Mr. Tsumura. You know him?
Played basketball for Waseda.
I don't know him.
Are they in love?
Yes. She's had a crush
on him forever.
You're like two jealous old maids...
a sad sight.
Here. I hope it won't bounce.
Thank you.
I'm going out.
Where to?
Mr. Robert's hotel.
If he calls, say I'll be there at 2:00.
Could you give me a ride?
- But it's out of your way.
- I'll continue home from there.
Coming by later?
- I can't today.
- Okay. See you.
SHIKIKAWA
Here's your order.
What's this?
- Some sort of seafood.
- Squillas.
- Some more?
- I've had enough.
- You drink quite a bit, Noriko.
- I like beer. Have some more.
Maybe just a little.
Don't. No need to drink
just to be a good sport.
What's funny?
That's so typical.
- He's always like that.
- Iike what?
You have a habit of offering something
and then taking it back.
She said she'd had enough.
You have no sense of etiquette.
What do you mean?
- Is the tempura good?
- Yes, very good.
You're always bringing up etiquette
at every turn,
expecting men to be kind to women.
But you're mistaken.
Men and women
should both respect each other.
That's what etiquette means.
So you do know.
That's good.
- I didn't think you did.
- Don't be silly.
- Want some rice?
- Yes, please.
It's deplorable,
what's happened since the war.
Women have become so forward,
taking advantage of "etiquette."
That's not true.
We've just taken our natural place.
Men were too

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