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Though it requires patience to view, What Time Is It There?'s exploration of loneliness is both elegant and haunting. Read critic reviews
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Mar 01, 2016Despite its evocative visuals, it feels repetitious to see Tsai explore once again his favorite themes of loneliness and emptiness but in a film that is too puzzling and lacks in consistency - especially with regard to the character's odd obsession with clocks and a woman he barely meets.Carlos M Super Reviewer
May 08, 2010Images speak for themselves in Tsai's invigorating cinematic ouvre. Ni na bian ji dian is almost as symbolic as a modern Lynch masterpiece; Thailand is shown through a low-class scope where silence plays the most important role in the characters' inner desperation. Life is an enormous chess board: the game is unpredictable and there are several ways in which you can win, but half of the circumstances are out of your control. Besides, the game is too short. Human emotions felt to their most extreme boundaries become, ultimately, in the most intense escapism available. The loneliness of completely separate individuals, both in the physical and spiritual levels, is connected regardless of kilometric distance. 100/100Edgar C Super Reviewer
Jun 05, 2009A girl is going to Paris. A watch seller. A cake as a gift. Two people connected by loneliness. Subtle humor, sadness, minimal dialogues, slow movie. <a href='http://img34.imageshack.us/my.php?image=10294762.jpg'><img src='http://img34.imageshack.us/img34/4572/10294762.jpg' border='0' alt='Image Hosted by ImageShack.us'/></a> This absolutely great film also brings an homage to Truffaut and a small part of Jean-Pierre Léaud. You don´t need to know The 400 blows, but if you do, you will definitely have another view of "What Time Is It There?". <br> <br>Rubia Super Reviewer
Jul 01, 2008I slow film about loss, emptiness, loneliness and the need to fill this up, to be somewhat in control and not being able to. Very delicate.Saskia D Super Reviewer
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