Keswick Film Club - 2046

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Sunday 10th April 5:00 PM


Director: Wong Kar-Wai Country: China/Hong Kong
Cert: 12A Year: 2004 Length: 125 mins Language: Chinese/Japanese

Audience Reaction

Score: 59.62% Attendance: 91



In this beautifully made tale of love and loss, a writer embarks on a series of relationships with women. He writes of a fictional 2046, a place where people go to relive old memories from which no-one has ever returned. Is it the future? Or his own past?

Shot in burnished colours (again by Chris Doyle) this is an atmospheric 60's mood piece. Set principally in the rooms and corridors of an apartment block, it's the story of one man's gradual realisation of his own limitations and the relationships that litter his past.

Five years in the making and with a cast of the leading lights in Asian cinema, this is a provocative, singular work from a genuine auteur.


open_quote an almost physically pleasurable swirl of images and ideas close_quote Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

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