An old Taipei cinema is set to close. Its final denizens, a small and lonely group of strangers, settle into disparate corners and mental spaces, as King Hu's Dragon Inn (1967) plays on screen for the last time. Tsai Ming-liang's meditative feature masterfully demonstrates that such a place, haunted by stories and memories, is far greater than the sum of its parts.
|Directed by||Ming-Liang Tsai|
|Written by||Ming-Liang Tsai|