Films byTexts by 1951
Early Summer
Yasujirô Ozu, 1951, 125’

“I wanted to describe such deep matters as reincarnation and mutability, more than just telling a story. For this reason, Early Summer was one of the most demanding work I’ve done in years. There was criticism about the children being unruly.

Vincente Minnelli, 1951, 114’

Lise Bouvier: Oh Jerry. It’s so dreadful standing next to you like this, and not having your arms around me.

Jerry Mulligan: You’ll always be standing next to me Lise.