Alternating between astonishingly contrasting visual worlds, the film is remarkable in part because it encompasses six decades - achieving this through more than mere changes in costumes, props and scenery. The various eras and locations, such as the Forbidden City, the re-education camp and Maoism, demanded appropriate visual models from Storaro. The colours, tones, and compositions mutate, making the final product a monumental work where the gold of traditional Chinese culture appears alongside the grey of imprisonment, and the sickening red of the Communist dictatorship.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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