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The follow-up to his critically praised Kaili Blues, Bi Gan's ambitious and frequently astonishing LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT firmly establishes him as one of today's most exciting and adventurous filmmakers. As its English title suggests, this ravishing and rapturous fever dream of a film leads the viewer on a nocturnal, labyrinthine voyage, one that both reveals and conceals a world of passion and intrigue.
Luo Hongwu (Huang Jue) returns to Kaili, the hometown from which he fled several years ago. He begins the search for the woman he loved, played by LUST CAUTION’s Tang Wei, and whom he has never been able to forget. She said her name was Wan Quiwen…
Continuing his languorous noir motif, Bi Gan’s second feature is the epitome of “slow cinema” that culminates in a nearly hour-long one shot take in 3-D (you’ll know when Luo, the main character, enters a cinema and puts on 3-D glasses). A noir love story unfolding through dream logic, the young auteur stretches the parameters of narrative structure to create a feature length mood piece, a languid first person VR-like experience, and a waking dream full realized by technical precision and patience.