Japanese film scholar Linda Ehrlich explores aspects of performance in Yasujiro Ozu's masterpiece — specifically that of star Setsuko Hara, as well as the representation of performance itself — and discusses how the film was received internationally.
Dr. Linda C. Ehrlich is a writer, teacher, and editor. She has published extensively about world cinema and traditional theatre. Her book Cinematic Reveries (13) explores the intersection of prose poetry and cinema. Ehrlich has taught at Duke University, at Case Western Reserve University, at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and on two Semester at Sea voyages.