Tôkyô monogatari (1953)
Nobuo Nakamura: Kurazo Kaneko
Kurazo Kaneko : [returning from shopping] I brought some cakes for them.
Kurazo Kaneko : Have one. They're good.
Shige Kaneko : [taking a cake] They don't need such expensive cakes.
Kurazo Kaneko : [eating a cake] Good, eh?
Shige Kaneko : [eating a cake] Good, but too expensive. Crackers would have been good enough for them.
Kurazo Kaneko : But they had crackers yesterday.
Kurazo Kaneko : We can't leave them there all night.
Shige Kaneko : It can't be helped, can it?
Kurazo Kaneko : Let's have Kiyo come down and we'll put them upstairs.
Shige Kaneko : They're too drunk to make it.
Kurazo Kaneko : What will we do, then?
Shige Kaneko : What a mess.
[She gets to her feet]
Shige Kaneko : You sleep upstairs. I'll put them here.
[She starts laying out bedrolls]
Shige Kaneko : What a bother. Why didn't he tell me he was coming back? So late and so drunk! I hate drunkards. With a stranger, too. Oh, this is disturbing.