The Crossing (Guo Chun Tian) (2018)
Critic Reviews for The Crossing (Guo Chun Tian)
There's a smart and subtle drama about treating people as packages in The Crossing, but like any contraband, it's buried beneath layers of artifice.
The story sounds facetious on paper, but Bai plays it straight and guides the teen performances away from archetype and toward psychological specificity.
Bai Xue brings a sharp feel for character and a flavoursome use of the Hong Kong setting to her assured feature debut The Crossing (Guo Chun Tian).
Bai's cinema flows and sparks, and shows with intelligence and precocious authority how the problematic circulation (authorized or not) of goods, desires, and humanity across borders is at the foundation of our 21st-century existence.
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