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In the mood for loneliness and longing: how Wong Kar Wai depicts emotion

Cinema’s poet of solitude, heartbreak and desire, Wong Kar Wai makes films that enchant the senses. As a new season of his work launches online, Ann Lee explores a cinematic world of intense feeling.

By Ann Lee

In the mood for loneliness and longing: how Wong Kar Wai depicts emotion
Interviews

Christopher Doyle on shooting Chungking Express for Wong Kar-wai

By Ann Lee

Christopher Doyle on shooting Chungking Express for Wong Kar-wai
Interviews

Hyena: ‘London is battered, beaten and confused’

By Ann Lee

Hyena: ‘London is battered, beaten and confused’
Interviews

Michael Fassbender v Brendan Gleeson: director Adam Smith on crime drama Trespass against Us

By Ann Lee

Michael Fassbender v Brendan Gleeson: director Adam Smith on crime drama Trespass against Us
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Ang Lee: 6 films that changed my life

By Ann Lee

Ang Lee: 6 films that changed my life
10 great

10 great films of 1997

By Geoff Andrew, Nikki Baughan and others

10 great films of 1997
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How to Change the World: mind bombs, Greenpeace and the whale

By Ann Lee

How to Change the World: mind bombs, Greenpeace and the whale
Where to begin

Where to begin with Wong Kar Wai

By Ann Lee

Where to begin with Wong Kar Wai
Interviews

Dear White People: ‘all we had during awards season were tragic depictions of the black experience’

By Ann Lee

Dear White People: ‘all we had during awards season were tragic depictions of the black experience’
Interviews

Slow West: ‘I wanted to make a film about desperation’

By Ann Lee

Slow West: ‘I wanted to make a film about desperation’
Interviews

Dark Horse: mischief in the sport of kings

By Ann Lee

Dark Horse: mischief in the sport of kings
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