after  you read
Japanese" film director


why the history of japanese cinema is  important project?
چراتاریخ سینمای زاپن مدرک مهمی است؟
as you know, read the history of japanese cinema is  important projects!but why?  it has a history that spans more than 100 years!* japan * has one of the oldest and largest film industries in the world; as of 2010, it was the fourth largest by number of feature films produced, In 2011 Japan produced 411 feature films that earned 54.9% of a box office total of US$2.338 billion!
1  answer the following questions:
بسوالات زیر پاسخ دهید:
1. what is  Japanese cinema growing?
2. how many do
Japan produced  films in 2011?
now ask your partner the same questions.

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 shimeakasi :Yasujirō Ozu   was( فعل tobeزمان گذشته) a" Japanese" film director and screenwriter.

یاسوجیرو ازو  - یک کارگردان و فیلمنامه نویس  ژاپنی بود(توجه کنید که ملیت قبل از صفات دیگر امده)

He began{فعل زمان گذشته} his career during the* era (دوره-قید زمان)of" silent films" .

او دوره حرفه‌ای خود را در عصر سینمای بی صدا{صامت} آغاز کرد

Ozu * first made a number of short comedies, before turning to more serious themes in the 1930s.


ازو *قبل از دهه ۳۰ ابتدا فیلم‌های کوتاه کمدی ساخت

Marriage and family, especially the" relationships between the generations", are prominent themes in Ozu's work.ازدواج وخانواده  - به خصوص روابط بین نسل ها، موضوعات برجسته کار ازو هستند

His most{adjصفت} lauded films include Late Springاواخر بهار (1949), Tokyo Storyداستان توکیو (1953), Floating Weeds (1959), and An Autumn Afternoon (1962).فیلم های بیشتر مورد تحسین قرار گرفته او عبارتند از اواخر بهار (1949)، داستان توکیو (1953)،علف های شناور  -  هرز (1959)، و  بعد از ظهرپاییزی (1962).

His reputation has continued to grow" since his death", and he is widely regarded as one of the world's most {adjصفت}influential directors.شهرت او در حال افزایش است پس از مرگ او{ ازو را تا زنده بود فقط در ژاپن می‌شناختند}، و او به طور گسترده ای به عنوان یکی از نافزترین کارگردانان در جهان محسوب می شود

In the 2012 Sight and Sound poll," Ozu's Tokyo Story" was voted the greatest film of all time by world directors.در نظرسنجی سال 2012 ، "داستان توکیو ازو "{به کاربرد "اس" مالکیت  بین دو کلمه دقت کنید}بزرگترین فیلم در تمام دوران {تاریخ سینما }توسط کارگردانان جهان انتخاب شد

Tokyo Story  is a  Japanese drama film directed by Yasujirō Ozu.داستان توکیو یک فیلم درام ژاپنی به کارگردانی یاسوجیرو ازو است


یکی از مهارتهای خواندن - پی بردن بمعنای کلمات نا اشنا - از طریق توجه به نشانه های موجود در متن است .دربعضی متون - نویسنده از طریق معنی کردن یا بیان مجدد مفاهیم یابا استفاده از علائم نشانه گذاری تلاش میکند مفاهیم مشکل را برای خواننده اسان کند ازاین رو من بقیه متن را بصورت کامل ترجمه نمیکنم  تاحس کنجکاوی شما تحریک گردد.

shimeakasi :Sword of Penitence:{ صامت} شمشیر ندامت

شمشیر ندامت یک بی صدا -  سیاه و سفید است که در سال ۱۹۲۷ منتشر شد A silent remorse sword - black and white that was published in 1927

این فیلم، نخستین فیلم ازو در مقامِ کارگردان و نخستین همکاریِ او با فیلم‌نامه‌نویس ژاپنی «کوگو نودا» است it  is his first film that directored and collaboration with Japanese screenwriter  " Kogo Noda "

از این فیلم هیچ نسخه‌ای باقی نمانده است

Sakichi, who has just been released after five years in prisonساکیچی، که به تازگی پس از پنج سال در زندان آزاد شده است, is telling his" younger brother" Ishimatsuاشی ماتسو that he intendsقصددارد to turn his back on crime when an acquaintance of theirs, Genshichi, bursts in.

Genshichi is in flight from officers of the law, having been disturbed in the course of a burglary. Sakichi and Ishimatsu allow him to hide with them, but Sakichi urges him to give up his life of crime.

Genshichi laughs derisively and disappears. Sakichi apprentices himself to a rice-merchant and by his diligence and honesty earns his employer's trust. Ishimatsu steals a valuable hair ornament from Oyae, the daughter of a wealthy merchant. As he flees, pursued by the constable Manabe, he happens to meet Sakichi on the road. Without warning, he presses the ornament into Sakichi's hand and runs off.

Manabe sees the ornament in Sakichi's possession and is about to take him into custody when Oyae and her attendant arrive and tell him that Sakichi is not the thief.

Manabe lets Sakichi go, but questions him about Ishimatsu. Sakichiساکیچی  denies knowing Ishimatsu's whereabouts. Manabe then reveals Sakichi's criminal past, causing him to be dismissed from his apprenticeship. Despairing, he turns to drink.

Ishimatsuایشیماتسو  finally decides to mend his ways and suggests to Sakichiساکیچی  that they should return together to their native village, but the disillusioned Sakichi says that society will not allow anyone with a criminal record to turn over a new leaf because it will not believe that the conversion is genuine. Some time later, Ishimatsu and Sakichایشیماتسو و ساکیچی i are pursued by the constables.

They separate and Sakichi ساکیچی is aided by Oyae, who conceals him at her father's business premisesمحل کسب و کار پدرش. The next morning Sakichiساکیچی  hears the sound of money beingمیشمرد counted in the next room. In a sleepwalking trance he raids the cash-box. Oyae's father refrains from condemning him as a thief and even gives him more money to enable him to make a new start in life.

Sakichi goes home and is packing his belongings with the intention of returning to his native village when Genshichiگنشیچی  arrives and demands a share of the money. After a fight, Genshichi runs away. By chance, he meets Ishimatsuایشیماتسو  and attacks him.

The badly injured{به شدت مجروح} Ishimatsu makes his way to Sakichi's houseخانه ساکیچی, which is then surrounded by a party of constables led by Manabe.ایشیماتسو   که بشدت زخمی بود بطرف خانه ساکیچی راه افتاد که در احاطه گروهان مدافعان ماناب بود

Sakichi fights his way out, goes to the house where Genshichi is hiding, kills Genshichi, frees Oyae, whom Genshichi has kidnapped, and returns her safely to her father, his benefactor.

Ishimatsu diesاشیماتسو می میرد, and Sakichi is left pondering in despair the choice between dying himself or turning to crime.

و ساکیچی درموقعیت و تحییر ناامیدیدانه  انتخاب بین مرگ خود و یا اقدام به جنایت است

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after you read

comprehension check
1Now read the text and out four more reasons who was Yasujirō Ozu?

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compare your answers with a partner,s.