Tartan's third Ozu collection captures the director's move from b&w to colour films with <i>Tokyo Twilight</i>, <i>Equinox Flower</i> and the delightful <i>Good Morning</i>, and thankfully there is a corresponding improvement in quality for this set.
Noel Megahey reviews the second volume of Tartan's Ozu Collection, containing two delightful films from the director's golden post-war period - Record of a Tenement Gentleman and Flavour of Green Tea over Rice. The DVD set however shows no noticeable improvement in the quality of the transfers.
Noel Megahey reviews volume 1 of Tartan's Ozu Collection releases, containing three of the director's best films - Late Spring, Early Summer and Tokyo Story. Each one a work of pure genius.
Noel Megahey has reviewed The End of Summer, the second Ozu film released by Artificial Eye - one of the director's most sombre films.