Vive l'Amour (1994)
Average Rating: 8.1/10
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Release Date: Sep 14, 1994 Wide
Average Rating: 3.8/5
User Ratings: 1,476
This second film by prominent Taiwanese director Tsai Ming-liang is a brilliant portrayal of isolation and urban disillusionment in modern Taipei. The movie focuses on three lonely souls: Hsiao-kang, a gay salesman of crematorium niches who wanders the city on his scooter; Ah-jung, a handsome street hawker of counterfeit designer goods; and May Lin, a struggling real estate agent. Hsiao-kang sneaks into a vacant apartment with a stolen key, takes a bath, and tries to slash his wrists. Meanwhile,
Sep 14, 1994 Wide
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You could say it's two hours of three characters with one-track minds, a distended portrait of overgrown kids playing hide and seek.
Focusing on lives that come into physical contact yet remain separate the director conveys sexual desire in erotically charged manner, including a powerful masturbation scene
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