Days of Being Wild
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Wong Kar Wai’s second film is considered by many to be the birth of his now-famous style: swooning color photography, gently sensual performances, fascinations with cities, songs, and the self-conscious passage of time. A typically rapturous and melancholy erotic tale about a man and two women drifting through Hong Kong in 1960, the film dazzled American audiences when it received a belated theatrical release in the U.S., causing The New York Times to marvel at the film’s “hypnotic rhythms and incomparable eroticism.”
. In Cantonese, Shanghainese, Tagalog & Mandarin.
For more information about the film: www.janusfilms.com/films/1974