“There are many movies about the power and allure of movies, but there are few as dreamily, urgently poetic . . . ” —New York Times
In this playful satire about moviemaking, the acclaimed Maggie Cheung (In the Mood for Love) portrays herself cast in a remake of the silent serial Les Vampires by a fading French auteur. Beset by language barriers, sexual advances, and the nervous breakdown of her director (Jean-Pierre Léaud, of many François Truffaut films), Cheung loses herself in her leather cat-suited character. 1996, 35mm, in English and French with English subtitles, 99 minutes.