WKW : A Cinema of the Exappropriation
Abstract:Behind appearances, behind the multitude of the modern megalopolises (Hong Kong, Buenos Aires), the cinema of Wong Kar-Wai underlines an architectonic of the primary esseulement: solitudes, as in The Days of Being Wild, Chungking Express or Fallen Angels, which are just added up, only joined side by side; which never draw up a whole and never merge in a common-ity; which never cancel each other out as pluralities. Even through the kindness of the other, through the willingness (when it exists) of the other, I am deterritorialized, I miss the sol under my sol-itude.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: University Charles-de-Gaulle Lille
Publication date: September 1, 2005
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