Director Yasujiro Ozu is often revered for his poignant observations of family life. These early silent films showcase all the themes of familial struggle that would show up in his later work, along with a comic touch that some may find surprising. This collection of three domestic comedies made during his tenure at Shochiku studios and supplied with new scores by composer Donald Sosin-offer a fresh perspective on the Japanese filmmaker. A string of men murdered in the heat of passion has left the police virtually without clues in PASSING FANCY. That is, until the young, beautiful Fancy is brought to their attention. Just home from college, Fancy's past is riddled with secret, unthinkable traumas, and now she is out for revenge. But the officer who brings her down just might be the one who can heal her. Director Yasujiro Ozu Star Tomio Aoki, Tatsu Saito, Takeshi Sakamoto Special Features: 3-Disc Set Audio: Dolby Digital Stereo - Japanese Subtitles - English - Optional Disc 1: Tokyo Chorus Full Frame 1.30 Additional Release Material: Additional Audio Material - Score - Optional Disc 2: I Was Born, But... Full Frame 1.33 Additional Release Material: Additional Audio Material - Score - Optional Disc 3: Passing Fancy Full Frame 1.26 Additional Release Material: Additional Audio Material - Score Optional Runtime: 280 minutes Year of Release: 1933.