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Films By Yu Li

ALL TOMORROW'S PARTIES (Yu Lik Wai, 2003)
Yu Likwai, the celebrated cinematographer of Jia Zhang-ke (MIFF 05 filmmaker in focus), reveals his dystopian vision in the futuristic All Tomorrow's Parties, which screened in Un Certain Regard at C… Read more

DAM STREET (Yu Li, 2005)
A cross-generational story of ostracism, love and the legacy of the past, Dam Street chronicles the life of a woman whose teenage indiscretion continues to haunt her years after the event. ... In a r… Read more

LOST IN BEIJING (Yu Li, 2006)
Sex, greed and a little bit of love make the world go round in Lost in Beijing, Li Yu's tragi-comic view of life in the new China. Foot masseuse Liu Pingguo and husband, An Kun, a high-rise window … Read more

Love will tear us apart (Yu Lik Wai, 1999)
On the surface, [Love Will Tear Us Apart] is a chamber piece about four Chinese mainlanders now living in Hong Kong. But the film resists simple depictions of its characters and their circumstances. … Read more

WINDS OF SEPTEMBER - THE TAIWAN CHAPTER (Tom Shu-Yu Lin, 2008)
Tragedy tears a close-knit group of high-school friends apart, forcing them to forge individual paths. ... For the Taiwan chapter of the Winds of September trilogy, director Tom Shu-Yu Lin brings us … Read more

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