Goodbye, Dragon Inn

2003, Drama, 1h 21m

44 Reviews 1,000+ Ratings

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Deliberately paced yet absorbing, Goodbye, Dragon Inn offers an affectionate -- and refreshingly unique -- look at a fading theater that should strike a chord with cineastes. Read critic reviews

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In Taipei, a movie theater is closing, but not before one final film is shown -- "Dragon Inn," a 1967 actioner and the source of nostalgia for the moviegoers and employees in the old, decrepit and possibly haunted building. The workers include eccentric projectionist Hsiao-Kang (Lee Kang-sheng) and a crippled cashier (Shiang-chyi Chen). The patrons include a Japanese tourist (Kiyonobu Mitamura) and two ghostly actors from the original film who have come to mourn the passing of an era.

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