“Nearly every shot is framed, refracted, bisected. Mrs. Chan and Mr. Chow are distanced from themselves, each other, us. But the camera is still active, hanging back in realistic remove before tracking and panning in languorous slow motion. Two different cinematographers are at work—Christopher Doyle and longtime Hou Hsiao-hsien DP Mark Ling Ping-bin—but their styles play as two sides of the same dream. All of the images burn, then all too quickly expire.” Eric Hynes, Reverse Shot

“Nearly every shot is framed, refracted, bisected. Mrs. Chan and Mr. Chow are distanced from themselves, each other, us. But the camera is still active, hanging back in realistic remove before tracking and panning in languorous slow motion. Two different cinematographers are at work—Christopher Doyle and longtime Hou Hsiao-hsien DP Mark Ling Ping-bin—but their styles play as two sides of the same dream. All of the images burn, then all too quickly expire.” Eric Hynes, Reverse Shot

THE ASSASSIN (2015) DP: Ping Bin Lee | Dir: Hsiao-Hsien Hou

THE ASSASSIN (2015) DP: Ping Bin Lee | Dir: Hsiao-Hsien Hou

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The Assassin. Cannes Review: Hou Hsiao-Hsien's 'The Assassin' Is An Epic Visual Poem.

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THE ASSASSIN (2015) DP: Ping Bin Lee | Dir: Hsiao-Hsien Hou

Ressortie de « Poussières dans le vent » de Hou Hsiao-hsien

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Hou Hsiao-Hsien tried to make The Assassin with a 16mm camera

Hou Hsiao-Hsien tried to make The Assassin with a 16mm camera · Interview · The A.V. Club

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