Director Bi Gan has allowed his contemporaries to envisage a future beyond the gritty realism associated with the so-called sixth generation of filmmakers. Picture: Edward Wong
Clarence Tsui
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The Projector by Clarence Tsui

Bi Gan is blazing a trail for other indie Chinese filmmakers despite big marketing fail

  • Cinema-goers were expecting a romcom and an excuse for a New Year’s Eve smooch, but Long Day’s Journey into Night is a far more challenging affair

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Director Bi Gan has allowed his contemporaries to envisage a future beyond the gritty realism associated with the so-called sixth generation of filmmakers. Picture: Edward Wong
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