DAYS – Review by Diane Carson

Days has no dialogue in an exercise in minimalist cinema

Writer/director Tsai Ming-liang, one of the outstanding Second New Wave Taiwanese filmmakers, intentionally leaves his eleventh feature Days unsubtitled, rendering it an extremely challenging, minimalist experience at just over two hours running time. What Tsai does achieve is our silent immersion in two men’s lonely lives, our position roughly that of a fly on a distant wall.

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