Toy Story 4
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I was lucky enough to be able to see one of Hou's films at the special screening 'The Films of Hsiao-hsien Hou' at AFI Silver Spring. This particular piece is a tribute to Ozu, who was known as a master of capturing and transferring 'everyday-domestic' life into captivating movies. For the storyline Hou uses Ozu's trademark inter generation conflict with careful observation on how different generation reacts to the issue. However, Hou has his own marks all over this film including how he evokes sympathy, humanity of the characters through use of gestures with minimal dialogue.
Again von Trier has successfully brought up a difficult subject on the table, a thought provoking film
An interesting individual but a disjointed movie makes it impossible to empathise YSL's struggle