[News] Movie Night at OU

November 6, 2007 at 4:15 am | Posted in Old Archives | Leave a comment

The following content is directly copy and pasted from OUTSA’s website 

台灣電影欣賞

台北經濟文化代表處與加拿大電影協會(Canadian Film Institute) 謹訂於117日晚間7時正假國家資料圖書館(395, rue Wellington Street, Auditorium, National Library and Archives of Canada) 合辦台灣電影欣賞會,將播映:

黑眼圈  ( 片長118分,2006威尼斯影展、多倫多影展參展入圍影片。國際知名導演蔡明亮的最新力作,李康生、陳湘琪等人主演,本片主要描述人在異鄉產生感情交流的故事,流浪漢小康在吉隆坡街頭閒逛,因語言不通被痛毆,幸賴一群外勞搭救,其中一名叫拉旺的,細心照顧小康而產生一種難得的安定及幸福感,另方面茶室女傭琪琪也在街上遇見小康,對他產生一股渴望的情愫,而小康周旋在拉旺和琪琪之間,這些情慾男女和一張破舊的床褥,在濃烈的煙霧裡糾、迷失,同時相濡以沫…)

電影免費入場,英文字幕播映


TAIWAN MOVIE NIGHT

“I DON’T WANT TO SLEEP ALONE”

7 pm, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2007

at

Auditorium, Library and Archives Canada

(395, rue Wellington Street, Ottawa)

Director: Tsai Ming-liang (2006, 118 minutes)

Cast: Lee Kang-Sheng, Chen Shiang-Chyi, Norman Atun

Homeless on the streets of Kuala Lumpur, Hsiao Kang is robbed, beaten and left for dead; he is found and nursed by Rawang, an immigrant worker, who lives in the shell of a modernist building abandoned during construction. Rawang’s feelings for his patient may or may not be sexual, but there’s definitely something like lust in the eyes of Chyi, a waitress in a run-down old coffee shop, when they light upon the recovering Hsiao Kang.  And so a triangle forms as a blanket of noxious fog settles on the city and everyone has trouble breathing. Simulateously erotic and comical, the film underpins Tsai’s deadpan allegory with hints of social realism. 

( Free Admission, with English Subtitle )

Presented by Canadian Film Institute, in collaboration with the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Canada

Info: www.cfi-icf.ca (613-232-6727)

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