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Published on Oct 2, 2008
"Set almost entirely in a crumbling movie theater on its final night, acclaimed filmmaker Tsai Ming-Liang crafts an elegant and tender valentine to the pleasures of moviegoing and the death of a cinematic age. Run by a lonely female ticket clerk and a young projectionist, the theater shows King Hu's 1967 martial arts epic Dragon Inn before darkening its screen forever. A sparse audience gathers--some attending to watch film, others attending in search of a connection. When a young Japanese tourist encounters someone with an uncanny resemblance to the swordsman in the film, we discover that comments about the theater's ghostly patrons may be more than rumors."