Winds of September (Jiu jiang feng) (2008)
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Before < You Are the Apple of My Eye >, there was already one concrete, quality bitter-sweet coming-of-age film made in Taiwan.
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Watched @ Cinema Betty, Isezakicho, Yokohama. A very well-made Taiwanese drama of the youth. Almost all scenes are delicately crafted, and unique atmosphere and mentality of adolescence are successfully caught on film. Characters (and teenage actors) are all fresh and express the nervousness, weakness, and beauty of high school kids very well. It is quite hard to believe that this is the director Tom Lin's first feature. He already has rich cinematic languages and techniques of direction, although some parts are little bit lengthy. He handles many main characters (mainly, 9) very well. The way he mixes realism and fantasy is just right. Ending is unfocused, and thus, weak, mostly because there are too many characters to follow, but it's still good and thoughtful enough to leave a fresh aftertaste in you. This is the newest Taiwanese youth drama which has come down since Hsiao-Hsien Hou's "The Boys from Fengkuei" (1983).
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