Wong Kar Wai and french new wave
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October 7, 2014
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In this sense he is one of the true remaining film “auteurs”. These two traits are highly reminiscent of what constitutes the “French new Wave” school of filmmaking in the 1950s to 60s.
Wong’s seminal work “Chungking Express” (1994) illustrates this point perfectly as it bears a lot of the technical and narrative traits of the French New Wave movement...
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From the opening scene we the audience are treated to an unconventionally shot chase scene that is extremely jerky in motion (strobing/step-printing), accompanied by Wu’s (Takeshi Kaneshiro) melancholy monologue about urban loneliness, which on face value has no relation to what is happening on screen at all...
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