Edward Yang's Yi Yi is objectively one of the best movies we've seen except for one very small and specific artistic choice near the end that we will never understand. But that single blip does nothing to diminish the rest of the film for us. This is a thing of true beauty.
We talk poetic filmmaking and how film canon is still very western on this week’s Lost in Criterion with Yi Yi. Listen on LostInCriterion.com, Spotify, iTunes, or anywhere you like to get podcasts. While you're at it, like us on Facebook or support us on Patreon.