Borrowing Time with Wong Kar-wai
Wong Kar-wai is a director fascinated with time. In this video essay, Philip Brubaker explores the ever-present motif of time in Wong Kar-wai’s films, not only in his use of slow motion, but also through symbolic visuals of circular motion and of course clocks.
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