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|Named Person:||Yasujirō Ozu; Akira Kurosawa|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Description:||iii, 338 p. ; 24 cm.|
Framing the occupied mindset: the core audience --
Players in the arena of censorship --
Directing the national family: the occupation films of Yasujiro Ozu --
No regrets for whose youth?: the occupation films of Akira Kurosawa --
Narrowing the concentric circles: results and perspectives.
|Other Titles:||Censorship of Japanese films during the United States occupation of Japan|
|Responsibility:||Lars-Martin Sorensen ; with a foreword by Stephen Prince.|
"Sorensen argues that many filmmakers sought out subtle forms of resistance, oblique ways of countering or questioning the censors and the larger project of the occupation that lay behind them. By