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Flowers of shanghai
Flowers of Shanghai is a Taiwanese film directed by Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-hsien and starring Tony Leung, Hada Michiko, Annie Shizuka Inoh, Plot - Cast - Criticism. 14 Aug Shanghai, the s, four elegant brothels (flower houses): each has an auntie ( the madam), a courtesan in her prime, older servants, and. Drama Hada, Michelle Reis, Carina Lau. In the "flower houses" (upscale brothels) of Shanghai, various interweaving stories of love, loyalty, and deceit play out subtly.
18 Mar Hou Hsiao-hsien's Hai shang hua (Flowers of Shanghai, ) is a film constructed like no other: it doesn't follow the conventions of gradual. 20 May Gorgeously mounted, but butt-numbingly slow for all but hardened admirers of Hou Hsiao-hsien, the costume drama "Flowers of Shanghai". Each scene is a continuous take, bracketed by fades up from and back to black; the one (crucial) exception is the insert of Wang's point-of-view as he witnesses.
At the end of the 19th century, Shanghai is divided into several foreign concessions. In the British concession, a number of luxurious 'flower houses' are . Entirely studio shot, Hou's most formally daring film to date is less an adaptation of a century old novel by Han Ziyun than a distillation of the lost world it. 31 Jul His unique artistry and perspective is on full display in Flowers of Shanghai ( NYFF '98). The film remains entirely confined to the cramped. Flowers of Shanghai. / min / 35mm. DIRECTOR: HOU HSIAO-HSIEN CAST: TONY LEUNG, MICHIKO HADA, MICHELLE REIS, CARINA LAU WRITER . 4 Jul View image From Girish Shambu, Buffalo, NY: "Flowers of Shanghai" (), by Taiwanese filmmaker Hou Hsiao-Hsien, has an opening shot.
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