WKW: The Cinema of Wong Kar Wai Wong Kar Wai
The widely acclaimed films of Wong Kar-wai are characterized by their sumptuous yet complex visual and sonic style. WKW: The Cinema of Wong Kar Wai. Wong Kar-wai's controversial film, Happy Together, was released in Hong Kong just before the handover of power in 1997. Wong Kar-wai is undeniably an auteur of striking and salient cinema, standing apart from much mainstream Hong Kong cinema. The influence of Wong Kar-wai on contemporary art cinema. The movie unfolds in the following sections:. Written by Wong Kar Wai and John Powers. Amazon.com: Wong Kar-Wai: Auteur of Time (Bfi World Directors) The Sensuous Cinema of Wong Kar-wai: Film Poetics and the Aesthetic of Disturbance. The long-awaited retrospective from the internationally renowned film director celebrated for his visually lush and atmospheric films. Wong Kar-wai films--Fallen Angels, Happy Together and In the Mood for Love— for case studies. In The Mood for Love When we think about cinema of romance, two directors come to mind, Francois Truffaut and Wong Kar-Wai. As global as his cinema has become, Wong Kar-wai is quintessentially Hong Kong. Produced by, Wong Kar-wai in Argentina is to visit the Iguazu waterfalls, which serves as a leitmotif in the movie. Posts about Wong Kar-Wai written by michaelgloversmith.