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Ashes of Time (1994)

ID: 2133
Rating:
Starring: Jacky CheungLeslie CheungMaggie CheungTony Leung Chiu WaiChing HsiaBrigitte Lin
Director: Wong Kar-Wai
Category: ForeignAction / Adventure
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Video:
Standard1.33:1
Audio:
CHINESE:DolbyDigitalStereo
Subtitles: English
Length: 95 mins
Release Date: 1998-10-13
Rental: $ 4.00
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In Chinese with English Subtitles

Shot in mainland China, this perversely lavish, self-consciously new martial arts film...is a languorous, sultry, sensuous action reverie.Accompanied by wailing flutes or solo electric guitar, it's set in a desert wilderness populated by a gang of angst ridden, lovelorn swordsmen-for-hire.One is going blind, another turning amnesiac, the rest are haunted by their various memories.The names Kurosawa and Leone come tripping to the tongue in attempting to describe this brooding melange of extreme tilts and outlandish angles...Ashes of Time is mostly anticipation with sudden inexplicable episodes of slo-mo zap blurs of martial art tumult, as well as mystically congruent earthquakes and geysers.--J. Hoberman Village Voice



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