Ghosts and fractured memories roam freely in this sprawling, two-part saga that tugs on the strings of time itself. We follow Hongwu Luo, a quiet, unassuming man who is looking for a lost lover and a lost friend. Puzzles pile upon puzzles in this… Continue Reading “LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT (DI QIU ZUI HOU DE YE WAN) ”
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AN ELEPHANT SITTING STILL (DA XIANG XI DI ER ZUO) 
Posted on January 25, 2020 by Jordan Dodd
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With a debut film that clocks in at 3 hours and 40 minutes, it is safe to say that Hu Bo was confident in his vision: a focused and calculated piece that creates an instantly noticeable visual statement. Bo doesn’t have much hope for… Continue Reading “AN ELEPHANT SITTING STILL (DA XIANG XI DI ER ZUO) ”
Category: 2019, Film, ForeignTags: China, Chinese film, Drama, foreign film, Hu Bo, political commentary, suicide, unbroken takes