蹂몃Ц 諛붾줈媛湲 硫붾돱 諛붾줈媛湲
Memu

겕젅뵩

  • Director Wi Ding HO
  • Producer Wi Ding Ho / Chih-Hsin Hu / Winnie Lau / Alexis Perris / Ronan Wong
  • Cast Hong-Chi Lee / Louise Grinberg / Jack Kao / Ning Ding
  • Screenplay Wi Ding Ho
  • Cinematography Jean-Louis Vialard
  • Music Rob
  • Production Company Changhe Films
    Taiwan 10491 1st Floor, No.2, Lane 26, Sec. 2 Zhongshan North Rd.,Zhongshan District, Taipei
    Tel: 886 917229662
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Cities of Last Things

Asian Premiere
  • CountryTaiwan/China/United States/France
  • Date of Production2018
  • Running Time107min
  • Format DCP
  • colorColor

봽濡쒓렇옩 끂듃

The film explores three special nights in detective Chang셲 life, going back in time from the near future to present and past. One night in the near future, a middle-aged detective Chang makes an extreme decision when he finds out his wife is having an affair with his boss. Chang, currently a young detective, happens to witness that his pretty wife is having sex with another man. Adolescent Chang in the past is arrested for stealing and meets a middle-aged woman caught for stealing in the police station. Ho Wi Ding is a Malaysian-born Chinese director actively working in Taiwan. His films are closely related to the circumstances he was born and raised in. Cities of Last Things is a multi-country co-production, including Taiwan, China, France and the United States, and shows the character of his open film aiming at several places at the same time rather than one. While a fiction film with sophisticated characters and stories, it does not miss out the unexpected documentary aspect, which contains an anthropological diagnosis of the present era. (Sung Jihae)

SCHEDULE

  • 009
  • 10-05     13:00
  • Busan Cinema Center Cinema 1
  • 19꽭 씠긽 愿엺KE
  • 492
  • 10-10     10:00
  • Busan Cinema Center Cinema 2
  • 19꽭 씠긽 愿엺KE
  • 793
  • 10-13     13:00
  • Busan Cinema Center Cinema 2
  • 19꽭 씠긽 愿엺KE
Director
DIRECTOR

Wi Ding HO

Ho Wi Ding was born in Muar, Malaysia, and graduated from NYU셲 Tisch School of the Arts. Currently based in Taipei, he has also worked for Discovery Channel and CCTV. His filmography includes Still (2000), the Sitges award winning short Respire (2005), Summer Afternoon (2008), and Beautiful Accident (2017). His feature debut Pinoy Sunday (2009) won Best New Director at Golden Horse Awards and screened at major festivals including Busan and Toronto IFF.

ARTISTRY
  • BNK 遺궛뻾
  • 젣꽕떆뒪
  • 닚눥諛뺤뒪
  • 硫붽諛뺤뒪닚
  • 濡뜲而ъ쿂썚뒪
  • CJ CGV
  • CJ E&M
  • GKL궗쉶怨듯뿄옱떒