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A vision of grace that collapses the boundaries between the real and the fictional, the corporeal and the spiritual.” —Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times

A suffering man (Lee Kang-sheng) wanders through Hong Kong in search of relief until he meets Non (Anong Houngheuangsy), who offers his healing touch. Embodying the evanescent beauty and aching sadness of the human need for connection, the new film from slow cinema virtuoso Tsai Ming-liang is a work of longing, constructed through brilliant visual composition and illuminated by profound empathy and rapturous release. 2020, Taiwan, DCP, 127 min.

Students attend for free on Friday!

Taiwanese auteur Tsai Ming-liang was born in Malaysia in 1957. He premiered his debut feature Rebels of the Neon God at the Berlinale in 1992. He won the Golden Lion award at the Venice Film Festival in 1994 with Vive L’Amour and won the jury award at Berlin for The River in 1996. In 2009, Face became the first film to be included in the collection of the Louvre Museum. Calling the attention of the art world, Tsai participates in various art exhibitions introducing new modes for viewing cinema. Days recently won the Jury Award at the 2020 Berlin International Film Festival.

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