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1,037 Ratings

I Don't Want to Sleep Alone

Hei yanquan

Directed by Tsai Ming-liang
Taiwan, France, 2006
Drama, LGBT+


Rawang, an immigrant from Bangladesh living in awful conditions, takes pity on a Chinese man, Hsiao-kang, who is beaten up and left in the street. Rawang lovingly nurses him on a mattress he found. When he is almost healed, Hsiao-kang meets the waitress Chyi. His love for Rawang is put to the test.

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I Don't Want to Sleep Alone Directed by Tsai Ming-liang
It was great to return to the film last night. I was not only reminded of the qualities of Tsai as a filmmaker and observer of society. I felt as tough I was going back in time, doing the first baby steps in discovering aspects of Slow Cinema that would become so vital for my later work.
June 25, 2018
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This is one of Tsai’s most hypnotically structured films, at times evoking the haunting repetitiveness found in the Malaysian verse form of the pantoum.
November 14, 2007
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Albeit closer to ballet than drama, this urban nocturne is one of Tsai’s most beautiful and naturalistic films.
May 08, 2007
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