Blind Way (China, 2018)

More than ten years after his controversial features Blind Shaft (2003) and Blind Mountain (2007), Li Yang returns with Blind Way, the final chapter of his underclass trilogy. Li’s camera has always focused on the […]

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on Apr, 25 · in Reviews

Seventy-Seven Days (China, 2017)

Directed by and starring Zhao Hantang, Seventy-Seven Days is based on Yang Liusong’s semi-autobiographical 2011 novel Chang Tang, Super Wasteland, which tells an ambiguous story in Tibet involving lonely hiker Yang  Liusong and a hemiplegic […]

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on Mar, 15 · in Reviews

Long Live the Mistress! (China, 1947)

From the perspective of gender studies, discussing about an impressive female protagonist is often controversial. As an enlightened and maverick “new women” of old Shanghai, Eileen Chang, the screenwriter of Long Live the Mistress!, was […]

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on Feb, 06 · in Reviews

Manfei (Taiwan, 2017)

Compared to the rebellious, anxious tone and radical narratives of Mainland China’s younger generation documentarians, Taiwanese filmmakers have inherited the constant filmic style tradition of their predecessors: delicate, poetic and slow, but heart-broken. The New […]

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on Jan, 17 · in Reviews

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