Four of Hiroshi Shimizu's films are collected in this special four-disc compilation of the prolific filmmaker's uncanny studies of the most fascinating members of Japanese society. First, the silent drama "Japanese Girls at the Harbor" (1933) shows the awful price one woman pays for her jealousy. Michiko Oikawa, Yumeko Aizome star. Next, a bus driver who constantly says "Thank You" (1936) is the subject of a charming comedy laced with romance and tragedy. Michiko Kuwano, Ken Uehara star. Then, at a remote mountain resort, "The Masseurs and a Woman" (1938) deal with blindness, loneliness, and family concerns. With Bakudankozo, Shinichi Himori. Finally, an "Ornamental Hairpin" (1941) plays a big part in this powerful wartime drama. Chishu Ryu, Kinuyo Tanaka star. 4 3/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: Japanese Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English. In Japanese with English subtitles.