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January 9 A Touch of Sin (Tian zhu ding) (China 2013) 133 min.Mandarin and Cantonese with English subtitles [IMAGE]Winner of best screenplay at Cannes, this beautiful, violent film has yet to screen in the director's native land. No kidding! The film comprises four short stories, each spinning a brutal take on modern-day China. Each story directly reflects Jia's view of the current culture of greed and selfishness. He has been deemed one of the world's most important filmmakers, and it's easy to see why. The film is gorgeously shot, highly stylized, a cinephile's dream, but it is also compellingly focused on the contradictions of the land of dragons and emperors. Bound by centuries of formal tradition, today's China is also obsessed with a manic thirst for material success. Based on the true stories the director scoured on the internet, the film is shockingly dark and angry. Yes, it contains scenes of astonishing but highly stylized violence. Official China paints one story. This film gets at something beneath that picture. It ain't always pretty, but that's the point.
March 6 Wadjda (Saudi Arabia/Germany 2013) 98 min.Arabic with English subtitles [IMAGE]How this hugely awarded film ever got made by a Saudi woman is a story in itself, considering she made it in a country without movie theatres. The name of the title goes to the ten-year-old at the film's centre, a feisty and determined youngster with a modest dream: to own a bicycle. Girls aren't allowed to ride bikes in SA because, you know, that could lead to driving, a definite no no. Getting behind the wheel could lead to Thelma and Louise and so what would all those Saudi men do then? So it is that Wadjda enters a Koran competition for the prize money. Her ambition and purposefulness are set against other older women who have clearly and perhaps even understandably capitulated to an unforgiving patriarchy. But like Malala Yousafzai, Wadjda shows the way of the future, one where stories like this no longer need to be told. Interesting fact: WADJDA won Best Feature at the Dubai International Film Festival.
March 13 The Past (Le passé) (France/Italy 2013) 130 min.French and Persian with English subtitles [IMAGE]Arguably the most flawless film in this winter series, THE PAST is perfect. Remember Farhadi's A SEPARATION? Well, this is as good if not even better in the emotion realism department. It features an Iranian who returns to France to give his French wife the divorce she seeks. Not so simple. Marie has two children from a previous marriage, one of whom is a dangerously surly teenager. The estranged husband seeks to make nice in and with the family but his arrival sets off a string of accidents and disclosures. Marie is involved with another guy and he, too, has so much baggage he can barely get through the door. And of doors there are many. THE PAST is about all that historical weight, as well as about cultural displacement, family dynamics, generational shift, and urban reality. It's a complicated, subtle and brilliantly nuanced story—at once intense and familiar. Bejo's Cannes-award-winning performance is also worth the whole night off. Unbelievably good. 041b061a72