This weirdly makes me want to see a Shunji Iwai-directed samurai film, and to be honest, that would be super interesting!
Ota is probably one of the most wonderful characters I've ever seen on screen, I'd give everything to be with him for a day. His card trick which is done in one single take is one magical moment in cinema that I'll never forget.
Yi Yi is one of those rare films that once it started, immediately makes me forget about everything else, it's completely immersive, and heartfelt, and honest. It has also helped me in becoming a better person,…
After seeing it for the second time, I can now say that A Brighter Summer Day is one of the greatest films I've seen, truly a stunning accomplishment.
How did Edward Yang even achieve this film? How did he finance it? How did he get this made at all?
One of the most immersive films ever made. The world that Yang recreated is so meticulously constructed, he nailed everything from how each character move or talk, to the unbelievably detailed…