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The Hole
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Somewhere in Taiwan, the rain won’t stop. A mysterious disease reaches epidemic proportions… A young man uses the sizeable hole in his living room floor to spy on his downstairs neighbor, an attractive woman who stockpiles toilet paper…

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Urban decay, the compulsive desire for human connection, an endless supply of rain—there’s little mistaking The Hole for anything but a Tsai Ming-liang film. Punctuating the film with vibrant musical fantasias, Tsai breaches the social rot with a colorful urgency unseen in his cinema to this point.