Days of Being Wild – Review

Like nearly all of Wong Kar Wai’s films, this – his second film – is not easily and immediately accessible as it forces the viewer to be very patient. If the viewer is willing though to invest some time and thought on it I think that this film can be an extremely rewarding experience. It is a very dense, claustrophobic and slow moving film that can both repel and fascinate. In some ways the film may appear to be fairly straightforward on the surface, but there are layers of meaning underneath that are complex and intriguing.

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