Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Jiao You / Stray Dogs. 2013.

Бродячие псы / Jiao You / Stray Dogs. 2013.
 Stray Dogs (Chinese: ˈ郊遊, French: Les Chiens errants) is a 2013 Taiwanese-French drama film. The Chinese title of the film is Jiaoyou, which means "Excursion." It was written and directed by Tsai Ming-liang and starred Lee Kang-sheng
An alcoholic man and his two young children barely survive in Taipei. They cross path with a lonely grocery clerk who might help them make a better life.
Stray Dogs is a film about patience – the patience of the characters trying to survive in Taiwan’s lower class urban belly, as well as the patience of the audience watching. The film tracks a poor, nameless family’s life over a few days’ time. There is the father (Lee Kang-sheng), whose job is to hold up signs advertising high-end condominiums along the highway; his twelve-year-old son (Li Yi-cheng) and six-year-old daughter (Lu Yi-ching), who spend their days exploring riverbeds and looking at groceries in the supermarket; and a female supermarket worker (Chen Shiang-chyi), who feeds stray dogs inside an abandoned building at night. The characters’ actions intertwine and the audience is given a look into the harsh realities facing Taiwan today.
Director: Ming-liang Tsai.
Cast:  Shiang-chyi Chen, Kang-sheng Lee, Yi Cheng Lee, Yi Chieh Lee, Yi-Ching Lu, Jin-kai Wu, Yang Kuei-mei.
Taiwan, France, 2013.
Language: Mandarin.
Subtitles: Russian.
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Бродячие псы / Jiao You / Stray Dogs. 2013.
Jiao You / Stray Dogs. 2013.