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Tsai Ming-liang

“The body always plays an important role in my films. You could say the body is the most beautiful thing we have or you could say it’s the ugliest thing we have. We can sell bodies, we can adore or worship bodies.”

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    NO NO SLEEP

    Tsai Ming-liang Taiwan, 2015

    Breaking away from previous installments of his stark, serene Walker series, No No Sleep reacquaints us with the moving body of Lee Kang-sheng’s monk, but shifts its setting to downtown Tokyo. Another luminous expression of Tsai Ming-liang’s increasingly refined filmmaking.

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    WALKER

    Tsai Ming-liang Hong Kong, 2012

    The first film in Tsai Ming-liang’s Walker series is this exquisite short, starring his regular actor Lee Kang-sheng. Inspired by the 7th-century Buddhist monk Xuanzang, Walker is a call for contemplation, spirituality, and a slower pace of life in the face of the velocity of modern cities.

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