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长江图 | Chang Jiang Tu

Diretto da Chao Yang
Cina, 2015


Gao Chun, a young captain, steers his cargo boat up the Yangtze river. His father has recently died and, according to his beliefs, his son is now responsible for liberating his soul. At the same time, Gao Chun is looking for the love of his life.

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Crosscurrent Diretto da Chao Yang

Premi e Festival

Golden Horse Film Festival

2016 | 2 premi, tra cui: Best Cinematography

Asian Film Awards

2017 | Vincitore: Best Sound

A gentle series of conflicts rendered as insignificantly but monumentally as stones on the bank of the Yangtze. China’s artistic tradition (specifically the work of its Sixth Generation filmmakers, at which Yang Chao arrived near the end) presented as pages from a forgotten book, poems to invisible forces at work, drawing us further from who we were and what we knew. A ceaselessly gorgeous work.
January 14, 2017
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A film of unrelenting visual beauty, only possible with cinematographer Mark Lee’s 35mm original (faithfully captured, it’s said, in the 4K version now available). Structured like a traditional Chinese scroll painting (which, in turn, allies poetic associated structure with imaginative spacial logic), intensely moving precisely because it bypasses verbal articulation.
December 29, 2016
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Buckling beneath the weight of its director’s ambitions, Yang Chao’s “Crosscurrent” is spectacular to look at and a devil to decode. Cramming fantasy and mysticism, faith and history into a single riverboat journey, this dirgelike meditation on China’s painful economic rebirth dispenses with narrative in favor of semiotics. Virtually everything, and everyone, does double duty as a symbol.
October 27, 2016
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