Berlinale 2015: „Thanatos, Drunk“

„Thanatos, Drunk” by Chang Tso-Chis 

Taiwan 2015, 107 min, Mandarin, Taiwanese

Check out the film review by our friends from SINONERDS!

Synopsis:

„The camera follows closely on the heels of two brothers – one gay, the other straight. Both are looking for a job in order to survive. But both are also looking for themselves and long to find a foothold in life. The younger brother sells vegetables at the market where he meets a young woman who cannot speak but who gets up to all sorts of crazy things. The older brother is attracted to a dancer at a nightclub and finds himself drawn into some shifty business. Taking its cue from the rhythm of their wanderings, the film stays very close to its protagonists, showing them in lonely moments at the river, rambling boisterously through Taipei’s club scene by night, among barkers at the market, and in quiet moments together. Again and again the tone and hence the mood of the film changes.“ Berlinale official website

 

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