Days of Being Wild (A Fei zheng chuan) (1990)
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Critic Reviews for Days of Being Wild (A Fei zheng chuan)
Needless to say a must-see for Wongcolytes, Days of Being Wild is also an excellent entry point for people who haven't yet caught this most exotic and habit-forming of cinematic bugs.
Every shot is perfectly composed and compelling, with light and shadow manipulated to maximum effect.
It now seems like a promising apprentice work, almost a blueprint for the writer-director's most acclaimed and famous film, In the Mood for Love.
There are images in Days that can make your heart stop for no other reason than that they're perfect.
It may have been released in the olden days of 1991, but Wong Kar-Wai's Days of Being Wild remains pulsatingly contemporary.
A triumph of movie pop poetics.
Audience Reviews for Days of Being Wild (A Fei zheng chuan)
Wong Kar Wai's somehow reaching his unique style in here
Wong Kar Wai and Maggie Cheung. Together, a project couldn't possibly go off the ropes and it doesn't here. Those who saw In the Mood for Love should treat themselves to early Wai.
In the Mood for 2046. Only just hints at what is to come from Wong Kar Wai. Heavy with atmosphere and loathesome characters.